eMemory's Security-enhanced OTP Qualifies on TSMC N5 Process and Continues to Tackle Automotive Solutions
Hsinchu Taiwan -- April 18, 2023 -- eMemory announced that its security-enhanced version of One-Time Programmable (OTP), NeoFuse, has been qualified on the TSMC N5 process. Another design tape-out for OTP solutions to qualify for the TSMC N5A process will be in the second quarter 2023, focusing on automotive applications.
NeoFuse OTP is an embedded one-time programmable NVM IP solution featuring low operating power, robust reliability and vigorous security. The OTP qualified on TSMC’s N5 process integrates the physical unclonable function (PUF). The OTP-based security features further strengthen data and supply chain protection for all designs whether they are SoC or heterogeneous integration of chiplets. Furthermore, the operating temperature tolerance extends up to 150°C to meet the specifications of automotive applications.
"As a long-term and reliable TSMC Open Innovation Platform® (OIP) partner, we are pleased to see our technology capabilities progress from mature to advanced nodes in N7, N6, and N5 while continue developing solutions in N5A, N4P and N3E. With abundant technical strength formed between the two companies and our innovative OTP-based security functions, our mutual customers further benefited from a one-stop experience in memory and security," said Chris Lu, Senior Vice President of Business Development of eMemory.
“Our collaboration with eMemory consistently meets the increased design challenges on power, performance and reliability and enables advanced SoC designs,” said Dan Kochpatcharin, Head of Design Infrastructure Management Division at TSMC. “We’re looking forward to a continued partnership with eMemory to help our customers accelerate their silicon innovation for expanding end markets, such as automotive, wireless communications, AI and HPC.”
In addition to the TSMC N5A process for automotive applications, ongoing development projects for eMemory OTP on advanced processes include tape-out on TSMC's N4P process in January and another tape-out plan for N3E in Q2 this year.
eMemory continues to develop solutions following TSMC’s roadmap in advanced process development to provide the best security-enhanced OTP and security solutions for various trend areas, such as HPC, security, mobile, and automotive.
eMemory (TPEX:3529) is a leading pure-play developer and provider of logic-based Non-Volatile Memory (Logic NVM) founded in 2000, and since 2019, eMemory started to offer PUF-based Security IP solutions based on its outstanding anti-fuse and physical unclonable function (PUF) technology.
Following the breakthrough success of one-time programmable memories (NeoBit/NeoFuse), eMemory expanded its portfolio of IPs, including multi-time programmable memories (NeoMTP/NeoEE), Flash memories (NeoFlash/ReRAM), and PUF technology (NeoPUF). Additionally, with the subsidiary, PUFsecurity Corp., eMemory enters the security sector by offering innovative PUF-based security subsystems and solutions, such as Root of Trust Module PUFrt and Crypto Coprocessor PUFcc.
As a world-leading IP provider, eMemory has delivered best-in-class designs to over 2,200 foundries, IDMs and fabless companies globally, and commits to push the technology envelope together with our partners in advanced applications.
For more information about eMemory, please visit www.ememory.com.tw
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