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Title : Multi‐Time Write Antifuse (2nTP) Bridges the Gap Between OTP and FTP/MTP Non‐Volatile Memories
Company : Novocell Semiconductor, Inc.
Date : 30-Sep-2011

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Since the introduction of one‐time programmable (OTP) memories, customers have been forced to weigh the benefits between OTP, few‐times programmable (FTP), and multi‐time programmable (MTP) non‐volatile memories. With the release of Novocell’s multi‐time programmable anti‐fuse technology (2nTP), customers now have the choice of a NVM memory with OTP security and reliability as well as the multi‐time programmable benefit of MTP.
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