Austin Semiconductor announces hermetic flash multi-chip modules

Austin Semiconductor Inc. in Austin, Texas, announced two DSCC-approved hermetic flash multi-chip modules (MCM).

Austin Semiconductor Inc. in Austin, Texas, announced two DSCC-approved hermetic flash multi-chip modules (MCM). The 32Mb and 64Mb flash multi-chip modules are available in a 66PGA or 68CQFP low-profile ceramic package, and feature a reliable non-volatile, high-speed memory access of <70ns, very low operating (120mA max) and stand-by power (150uA), -55 to 125 degrees Celsius temperature operation, and boot block sector architecture. Ideal applications for the MCMs include core program boot code storage, navigation/GPS/radar, missile control and guidance, automotive and industrial applications, and weapons control and guidance. For more information, visit Austin Semiconductor online at www.austinsemiconductor.com.

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