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Challenges and Solutions of AI & Automotive for Code Storage Memory

Wed, Oct 27, 2021 · 2:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

High performance memory is required for fast boot applications and better user experiences. Winbond will demonstrate several approaches to explain how to achieve higher data thru-put rate for instant boot and higher erase/program efficiency during OTA on AI and automotive application.

Fast boot loaders for autonomous driving systems and instrument panel displays, AI training model and database storage systems, and over-the-air programming updates for gaming and other embedded systems all have one thing in common - an ever-growing need for more Flash memory with higher densities operating at consistently increasing data rates.

NOR Flash provides the highest data rates but costs higher at densities above 512 Mb. NAND Flash provides lower costs and higher densities, but typically at much lower data rates. Winbond’s OctalNAND Flash is breaking new ground at high densities and high data throughput rates.

Winbond’s OctalNAND Flash provides a fast 240 MB/s alternative for automotive, commercial and industrial manufacturers to provide high density code and data storage without having to pay the premium for NOR Flash. OctalNAND Flash offers the highest read throughput NAND Flash for embedded applications.

By incorporating the x8 data bus width and high frequency data strobe signal, Winbond’s OctalNAND Flash is package and pin-to-pin compatible with Octal NOR Flash. It also provides an easy migration path from x1, x2 and x4 NAND Flash designs.

Agenda
  • Presentation
  • Live Q&A with Erica Lee and an Electronic Specifier editor
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Winbond Flash Marketing
Webinar hosting presenter
Editor of Electronic Specifier Test and Measurement Magazine
Mick Elliott is a veteran reporter on the electronics industry. In his 50-year career he has covered the globalisation of the semiconductor industry and the component distribution industry as well as the birth and establishment of the electronic design automation sector.
He has charted the advance of technologies and products ranging across a number of electronics industry sectors including microprocessors and microcontrollers, application specific ICs (ASICs) to FPGAs, liquid crystal displays to touch capacitive displays.
Elliott has watched the test and measurement sector move forward from the Avometer (still much coveted by veteran engineers) to mixed signal oscilloscopes.