New NOR Flash Memory Series for Low Power Consumption

A new 50nm excellent NOR Flash Memory series provides dynamic design flexibility for power consumption sensitive applications.

FREMONT, CA: Wuhan Xinxin Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (XMC), a world-pioneering provider of non-volatile memory, has introduced the SPI NOR Flash series - XM25QWxxC, with the industry's advanced 50nm Floating Gate NOR Flash manufacturing process. The NOR Flash Memory features a broad voltage range and low power consumption that offers high-level design flexibility for IoT, wearable, and other power consumption sensitive applications. The pace of the XM25QWxxC family is up to 108MHz within full power supply ranging from 1.65V to 3.6V. This, in turn, offers faster and stronger performance, without slowing down the clock speed after the supply voltage drops.

The transfer rate outperforms standard 8 and 16-bit Parallel Flash memories. The Continuous Read Mode enables dynamic memory access with 8-clocks of instruction-overhead to read a 24-bit address, facilitating true XIP operation. XM25QWxxC supports SOP8 and USON8 packages that help users develop products with compact physical dimensions. The XM25QWxxC family products harness the industry's advanced 50nm Floating Gate NOR Flash process. The NOR Flash series allows more than 1.5X extended battery for portable devices where customers can achieve better inventory control with the extensive range power supply feature. XM25QWxxC marks a key milestone in XMC's brand strategy for the expansion of its high-performance memory portfolio by continuously developing innovative products for the ever-growing IoT market in the future.

XMC is a pioneering semiconductor R&D and manufacturing organization. XMC is dedicated to providing its global customers with its innovative products and technical services, ensuring high quality by focusing on NOR Flash and Wafer-level Xtacking technology. The company is one of the leading NOR Flash suppliers, with products covering various markets of consumers, industrial, automotive, and IoT.