Gusto-2™ Ultra-Low Power NVM IP for Code Storage
Gusto-2™ addresses the low power and small form factor requirements as well as the security needs for tomorrow’s applications from mobile wallet to low energy wireless SoC designs. These SoC designs will be energy frugal, fast, and sufficiently small to fit into space-constrained consumer devices. Gusto-2 will provide the memory subsystem to match these SoC designs stringent power, capacity and security needs. With standby power significantly smaller than SRAM, Gusto-2′s array area will be comparable to that of a similar capacity SRAM and will deliver up to 400MB/s throughput. Initial storage capacities of 256kb, 512kb, and 1024kb will be available in 65nm/55nm process nodes followed by 40nm.
Itera™ few-time programmable non-volatile memory brings embedded FTP NVM to the advanced process geometries used to manufacture today’s SoC designs for high-volume consumer and industrial products. Itera delivers improved integration and a high-performance, low-cost alternative to external EEPROM and NOR flash reprogrammable implementations. With up to 1 megabit (Mb) of storage capacity and 1000 cycles of re-programmability, Itera provides more than enough endurance for over 50% of mobile and consumer applications.
Gusto™ High Density NVM IP
Gusto high density memory is a lower cost alternative to ROM, embedded Flash, and serial EEPROM or Flash. It is high capacity (up to 4Mb), small footprint, low active and standby power, fast access time, and extra features including fast programming time, security lock and page mode. It can be programmed at wafer, final test, or in system.
XPM™ OTP NVM IP
XPM embedded non-volatile memory is a better efuse solution. It provides higher security, larger capacity with a smaller footprint, lower active and standby power, is field programmable, and is foundry agnostic unlike an efuse solution which is foundry owned. Given the high adoption of XPM, there are many configurations that have been shipped and are already in production.