Hsinchu, Taiwan (Mar. 14, 2016) – eMemory announces today that its OTP technology NeoFuse has been verified in 16nm FinFET Compact process (16FFC), marking an important milestone as the world’s first IP provider to deliver a logic NVM solution in the cutting-edge 16FFC process platform. The rapid and successful development of NeoFuse technology in 16FFC process will facilitate product migration from 16nm FinFET Plus process (16FF+) to 16FFC.
eMemory’s NeoFuse technology features low voltage with robust memory cell structure that expedites NVM IP availability for the new process platform. As process migrates from 16FF+ to 16FFC, the features of NeoFuse IPs are remained and enhanced to minimize the impact on existing product usage. This demonstrates the benefits of excellent porting flexibility for process migration.
16FFC has been announced as the most power-efficient solution for ultra-low power wearable devices and IoT applications, and it will be entering risk production in 2016. We expect NeoFuse IP will be embedded widely in ultra-low power applications such as wearables, mobile devices, and consumer electronics owing to its early-stage IP readiness.
eMemory’s NeoFuse has passed silicon verification in 16FFC process platform and is expected to complete qualification in the third quarter of 2016, providing customers with the same specifications that are available in 16FF+. As the 16nm process continues to evolve, eMemory will follow the latest developments closely to provide customers with the most comprehensive solutions.
eMemory (Stock Code: 3529) is a global leader in logic process embedded non-volatile memory (eNVM) silicon IP. Since established in 2000, eMemory has been devoted to research and development of innovative technologies, offering the industry’s most comprehensive platforms of patented eNVM IP solutions include NeoBit (OTP Silicon IP), NeoFuse (Anti-Fuse OTP Silicon IP), NeoMTP (1,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP), NeoFlash (10,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP), and NeoEE (100,000+ Times Programmable Silicon IP) to semiconductor foundries, integrated devices manufacturers (IDMs) and fabless design houses worldwide. eMemory’s eNVM silicon IPs support a wide range of applications include trimming, function selection, code storage, parameter setting, encryption, and identification setting. The company has the world’s largest NVM engineering team and prides itself on providing partners a full-service solution that sees the integration of eMemory eNVM IP from initial design stages through fabrication. For more information about eMemory, please visit www.ememory.com.tw.