Silicon Storage Technology has announced that its managed memory subsystem solution, All-in-OneMemory, is the recipient of an Editor's Choice award from Portable Design magazine. Awarded annually, these awards recognise innovative electronic components that make possible the design of leading-edge portable products. The SST88VP1107 chip received the award in the memory category. This marks the third award or award nomination that All-in-OneMemory has received since its introduction last year.
All-in-OneMemory offers designers an easy-to-use, single-package memory subsystem with the full benefits of NOR, NAND and RAM for code and data storage. Functionally, it is the combination of a high-density NOR, a system RAM and a solid-state drive.
Buy a Fluke, get one free 28 October 2020, Comtest
Comtest, Fluke’s official South African importer, is offering one free Fluke for every Fluke purchased from any South African-based, authorised Fluke dealer. Fluke is a world leader in the manufacture, ...
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RS Components recently marked a significant milestone when its DesignSpark engineering platform surpassed one million members.
This comes just a few months after DesignSpark celebrated ten years of ...
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