Teledyne adopts resistive RAM for reliability

October 09, 2017 // By Peter Clarke
Teledyne Technologies Inc. has adopted conductive bridging RAM non-volatile memory from Adesto Technologies Inc. for use by its HiRel Electronics division in civil aerospace, industrial, medical, defense, scientific and space applications.

"Adesto’s CBRAM technology offers unique advantages to high-reliability applications," said Raphael Mehrbians, vice president of marketing at Adesto, in a statement. "In addition to its ability to operate at very low power and to consume very little energy, our resistive memory technology is resistant to the effects of radiation, making it a natural choice for satellites, medical and other Hi-Rel applications."

Teledyne HiRel Electronics is now offering Adesto's resistive memory under its own product number EVRM24512C. The memory has a 100K write cycle endurance and data retention of greater than 40 years at 125°C.

Teledyne e2v and Teledyne HiRel Electronics offer high-reliability memory with additional quality testing as required by the customer and other options such as  burn-in, temperature cycling, and various extended temperature ranges. Teledyne e2v also offers full design, fabrication, and test capabilities for custom multichip packages (MCP) for defense applications.

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