eMemory Launches Ultra-Low Power MTP Silicon IP for IoT Applications

Hsinchu, Taiwan (June 5, 2015) – eMemory Technology announced today its newly developed ultra-low power Multiple-Time Programmable (MTP) silicon IP offers superior features including 3μW low power consumption, 0.7V low operation voltage, over 100,000 times endurance, compact size, and excellent cost advantages. It can replace external EEPROM commonly used in IoT to increase data security, or to help customers switch from expensive embedded EEPROM process to logic process and enhance production cost competitiveness. All of aforementioned make the ultra-low power MTP silicon IP the optimal choice for IoT applications.

eMemory’s MTP silicon IPs support IoT related applications in the five major fields of connectivity, data processing, sensing, power management, and security. They are especially suitable for 2.4GHz Radio Frequency ICs (RFIC ICs), Microcontrollers (MCU), MEMS Controllers, CMOS Image Sensors (CIS), and Power Management ICs (PMIC). The low voltage and low power consumption advantages of the newly developed ultra-low power MTP silicon IPs can also bring added value to ICs widely used in IoT, including Radio Frequency Identification ICs (RFID ICs), Near Field Communication ICs (NFC ICs), and Bluetooth ICs.

eMemory’s ultra-low power MTP silicon IP is fully compatible with standard CMOS logic process and does not require additional masks. It is easily transferable between foundries, and can be integrated into different process platforms to increase production flexibility. The silicon IP has been implemented in 0.11um low-leakage process platform, supporting a wide range of functions including configuration setting, status storage, trimming, and security key storage. Replacing traditional external EEPROM with eMemory’s MTP silicon IPs can prevent data thieving and reduce production costs. The features of low erase/write power consumption can also effectively increasing battery life, making the ultra-low power MTP silicon IP an outstanding choice for boosting customers’ competitiveness in the IoT market.

About eMemory:

eMemory (Stock Code: 3529) is a global leader in logic process embedded non-volatile memory (eNVM) silicon IP. Since established in 2000, eMemory has been devoted to research and development of innovative technologies, offering the industry’s most comprehensive platforms of patented eNVM IP solutions include NeoBit (OTP Silicon IP), NeoFuse (Anti-Fuse OTP Silicon IP), NeoMTP (1,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP), NeoFlash (10,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP), and NeoEE (100,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP) to semiconductor foundries, integrated devices manufacturers (IDMs) and fabless design houses worldwide. eMemory’s eNVM silicon IPs support a wide range of applications include trimming, function selection, code storage, parameter setting, encryption, and identification setting. The company has the world’s largest NVM engineering team and prides itself on providing partners a full-service solution that sees the integration of eMemory eNVM IP from initial design stages through fabrication. For more information about eMemory, please visit  www.ememory.com.tw.


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Michelle Wang
Public Relations Department 
eMemory Technology Inc. 
Phone: +886-3-5601168 #1121
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