Fukuoka, Japan -- February 1, 2011 - NSCore, Inc., a leading provider of non-volatile, one-time programmable memory announced today that its PermSRAM® non-volatile memory intellectual property (IP) has been validated as “Ready for IBM Technology” for IBM's 0.18 micron CMOS foundry technology.
The "Ready for IBM Technology" program is designed to help customers speed time to market, reduce development risk and lower development costs. The "Ready for IBM Technology" designation, as used by NSCore, signifies that PermSRAM has been tested and validated in silicon and has met compatibility and integration specifications established by IBM for 0.18 micron CMOS foundry process technologies.
“Achieving the ‘Ready for IBM Technology’ mark is a significant milestone and one that benefits both NSCore and IBM customers,” said Tada Horiuchi, President and CEO of NSCore. “IC designers looking to enhance and differentiate their mixed signal and digital IC’s in IBM’s 0.18 micron CMOS process now have access to qualified high yielding, reliable non-volatile memory.”
About PermSRAM® and NSCore, Inc.
Founded in 2004, NSCore develops, licenses, and markets innovative non-volatile memory technologies for SoC semiconductors which are implemented on high volume, standard CMOS processes without extra steps, masks or process modifications. NSCore’s patented PermSRAM® offers the optimum combination of extremely small macro size, fast READ/WRITE, and is fully testable. PermSRAM’s excellent process portability, high yield, and automotive level reliability give SoC design engineers the flexibility and confidence to conceive and build cost effective products with very short turn-around time. For more information, please visit http://www.nscore.com.