Intel unveils StrataFlash Wireless Memory

Posted on Wednesday, October 15 2003 @ 17:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel today unveiled Intel StrataFlash Wireless Memory System, a complete cost-effective memory solution designed for next-generation handsets that require memory storage for lage data like camera images, audio and video files.
Based on Intel's Multi-Level Cell (MLC) technology, which doubles the amount of information stored in each memory cell, the system contains code execution, data storage and RAM working space - three types of memory functionality wireless developers require.

By offering a common package pin out and the same IntelĀ® Flash file management software across a range of densities, integration and upgrades are easily made

The system also features 1.8-volt operation for longer battery life and memory densities up to 1 Gb. It comes in one tiny package (8x11mm) that simplifies the design process for wireless handset makers.

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