Deal for low power memory IP in wearables

Deal for low power memory IP in wearables

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By Nick Flaherty

Zepp Health has licenced ultra-low voltage SRAM memory from SureCore for wearable health monitor designs.

Zepp will use the EverOn memory IP for improved computing efficiency at reduced power for its family of wearable devices.

“The EverOn memory is unique in the semiconductor industry, offering an unparalleled capability to operate from near-threshold voltages upwards thereby allowing direct connection to on-chip low voltage logic without the need for level shifters,” said Mike Yeung, COO, Zepp Health. “Operating at such low voltages confers huge power savings for our products. When higher compute power is needed, we just increase the voltage to be able to deliver the end user experience our customers expect.”

“Our EverOn SRAM is ideally suited to the needs of the wearables market. Market leaders like Zepp Health are now focused on driving down power consumption,” said Paul Wells, CEO ofSureCore. “Until recently developers had no choice but to rely on industry standard IP, which is typically not optimised for power consumption – our low power memory solutions are a game-changer for product developers.”

“In Zepp’s relentless pursuit of all aspects of new technologies, devices, apps and services, we believe that we have found an innovative and dependable partner in sureCore to help us meet our demanding power goals. Their low power design and verification expertise coupled with their responsiveness and empathetic support will make for a successful long-term relationship,” added Yeung.

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