Mouser will distribute Anvo-Systems Dresden’s nvSRAM products

Mouser will distribute Anvo-Systems Dresden’s nvSRAM products

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Anvo-Systems’ produces parallel and serial non-volatile SRAM (nvSRAM) products. The nvSRAMs combine CMOS-SRAM and SONOS technology to provide fast, reliable, and energy-efficient memories. Based on standard parallel or serial SPI SRAM pinning, with unrestricted internal SRAM functionality, both fast reads and writes can be executed with the same high speed.

The ANV22AA8x family of parallel nvSRAMs are 1 Mbit devices with a non-volatile SONOS storage element in each memory cell. The devices have the choice of non-volatile mode or SRAM mode, and offer unlimited read/write endurance, a 25-nanosecond access time, and unlimited RECALL cycles. ANV32A62x devices are 64 Kbit serial SRAMs with an I²C interface and bi-directional data transfer protocol. The memories are accessed through a two-wire bus, which can support up to four cascadable devices.

ANV32E61x and ANV32AA1x serial nvSRAM products have an SPI interface to ensure reliable storage of data in the event of a sudden power drop or when initiated by a command. The ANV32AA1x series includes the standard nvSRAM double memory architecture of two 1 Mbit arrays, and provides fast access and cycle times and unlimited read and write endurance. To ensure high data accuracy, the devices feature dedicated safety features, such as flash memory that stores the data non-volatile, independent from external power supply. The ANVE32E61x series features 64 Kbit serial SRAMs with unlimited RECALL cycles, page and block rollover options, and hibernate mode for low standby current. Each SRAM features a non-volatile SONOS storage element, with automatic data transfer in the event of power loss or any brown out situation.

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