Everspin | November 07, 2022
Everspin Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MRAM), the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory (MRAM) persistent memory solutions, announced today that its newest, high-density STT-MRAM product family, the EMxxLX, is now commercially available. The EMxxLX technology, announced earlier this year, is the highest-performing persistent memory available today. It is ideal for use in electronic systems where data persistence and integrity, low power, low latency, and security are paramount, such as industrial IoT, network/enterprise infrastructure, process automation and control, aeronautics/avionics, medical, gaming, and FPGA configurations.
The EMxxLX offers the industry’s first xSPI serial interface based on Everspin’s unique STT-MRAM technology. It is the only commercially available persistent memory with a full read and write bandwidth of 400 megabytes per second via eight I/O signals with a clock frequency of 200MHz. The low-power family of devices delivers the highest combination of performance, endurance, and retention available and are offered in densities from 8 to 64 megabits. The EMxxLX family can replace alternative solutions, such as SRAM, BBSRAM, FRAM, NVSRAM, and NOR flash devices.
“In the fast-growing Industrial IoT and embedded systems markets, customers, more than ever, need to protect critical system data under all conditions, particularly in the event of power loss and without concern for wear out or data integrity issues, Our EMxxLX MRAM devices offer SRAM-like performance with low latency, maintain memory without requiring power, and have extremely high endurance. Additionally, they are compatible with other memory types and easy to design in.”
Sanjeev Aggarwal, President, and CEO of Everspin Technologies
STT-MRAM technology is less susceptible to the effects of radiation than other persistent memories. The EMxxLX product family is suitable for aerospace and aviation applications because of its high reliability, excellent endurance, and fast writing speeds.
“Airbus has used Everspin’s MRAM products in several critical systems, and we are looking forward to taking advantage of the improved performance and density of the EMxxLX products,” said Stephan Roux, Electronics Hardware Architect of Airbus.
About STT-MRAM Technology
Everspin’s unique STT-MRAM technology has been optimized to withstand the harsh requirements of industrial systems. It offers high speed with a low pin count SPI compatible bus interface with a clock frequency of up to 200 MHz and a single 1.8V power supply.
It has a very high write cycle endurance, so designers do not need to worry about the memory wearing out over the life of the product. Data is retained for more than ten years at 85°C and more than 100 years at 70°C. With write speeds of more than 1000 times faster than most NOR Flash memories, STT-MRAM can speed up FPGA configuration times, allow low power, Over-the-Air code and system updates, and unify code and data storage needs into one memory device.
The EMxxLX devices are now in volume production and may be purchased from Everspin directly or through Everspin’s distributor network.
About Everspin Technologies
Everspin Technologies, Inc. is the world’s leading provider of Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM). Everspin MRAM delivers the industry’s most robust, highest performance, non-volatile memory for Industrial IoT, Data Centers, Automotive, and other mission-critical applications where data persistence is paramount. Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Everspin provides commercially available MRAM solutions to a large and diverse customer base. www.everspin.com.
Semtech | January 02, 2023
Semtech Corporation, a leading global supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, has announced that Sweden-based IoT solutions provider Nordic Propeye has integrated Semtech's LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN standard into its new HVAC optimization solution, which is being launched in the US to reduce energy consumption in buildings. The HVAC optimization solution uses LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol to collect data from buildings, analyze the data, and optimize air conditioning and heating systems to use less energy.
“LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN standard are digitally transforming property management with simplified, smart solutions around the globe. Nordic Propeye’s unique solution, incorporating AI technology, allows existing properties to be easily converted to smart, sustainable buildings and delivers cost savings to customers and increased safety for occupants.”
- Marc Pégulu, vice president and general manager for Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group
The solution uses data from wireless sensor devices to monitor CO2 levels, temperature, humidity, and real-time room occupancy and leverages weather forecasting data and artificial intelligence to continuously learn and predict the temperatures of HVAC zones. Semtech's LoRa devices and LoRaWAN protocol are a safe, scalable, and reliable way to send large amounts of data in real time over a wireless network.
It also has a predictive maintenance feature that alerts building operators when system anomalies arise to prevent equipment failures. The combination of Semtech's LoRa devices, the LoRaWAN protocol, and Nordic Propeyes' HVAC optimization solution provides building operators with increased visibility into the performance of their HVAC systems. The solution is expected to achieve 15–30% energy savings for customers.
Semtech Corporation is a global leader in high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, as well as advanced algorithms for infrastructure, high-end consumer, and industrial applications. Products are intended to benefit both the engineering community and the global community. The company is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its operations and products. Internal green programs aim to reduce waste by controlling materials and manufacturing, implementing green technology, and designing for resource efficiency. Semtech, which has been publicly traded since 1967, is represented by the symbol SMTC on the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas | November 25, 2022
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas ("SCOA") announced today its investment in ClearBlade, an Internet of Things (IoT) company headquartered in Austin, Texas. SCOA's investment will help the company expand its operations internationally and provide SCOA and affiliated companies' access to ClearBlade's world-class software.
ClearBlade's IoT, Edge, and AI software has been in use at some of the largest companies in North America, spanning several industries including transportation, energy, industrial products, and manufacturing. The company has proven success at scale and is ready to expand its operations around the world. Their software is both flexible and scalable.
The new growth capital provided by SCOA and other investors will be used to help grow ClearBlade's software install base and to support those customers via SCSK USA Inc., a Sumitomo Corporation's IT service company. Looking ahead, ClearBlade sees significant opportunities in the transportation and energy sectors. Their recent launch on the Google Cloud Platform has brought them substantial new SaaS business from around the world, specifically in the Asia Pacific region.
"We are thrilled to announce our participation in ClearBlade's growth to provide efficient, scalable, IoT solutions across multiple industries, SCOA and ClearBlade have been working together over the past few years and we are excited to build on the trust and success we have developed together. Globally, Sumitomo Corporation is engaged in many digital transformation projects and we look forward to drawing on our experience and collaborating with ClearBlade. ClearBlade has many innovative and strategic benefits over other IoT companies, and the ecosystem ClearBlade is creating will help bring their unique technology into several new markets."
Taketo Kokubo, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Media & Digital Business Group, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas
"Since 2007, ClearBlade has been delivering the most flexible, secure, and scalable software available for IoT. Our award-winning, patented approach is built differently than all others and it is proven at scale across multiple industries," said Eric Simone, Founder, and CEO of ClearBlade. "We are extremely excited to be partnering with SCOA, bringing our innovative technology to Sumitomo business and joint customers around the world."
SCOA is an avid investor in digital and advanced technology and ClearBlade marks the company's first foray into the commercial IoT and Edge computing space in the Americas. With its integrated global network, ties to emerging technologies, and longstanding relationships throughout several markets, SCOA is well-positioned to help ClearBlade achieve its growth goals. Furthermore, this investment aligns with SCOA's company digital transformation initiatives and is a strategic move by SCOA to aid in those efforts.
ClearBlade, Inc., headquartered in Austin, Texas, is a privately held Internet of Things (IoT) software company. ClearBlade is an emerging leader in IoT, Edge computing, and AI software across multiple markets including transportation, energy, industrial products, and manufacturing. For more information about ClearBlade, Inc. visit the company's website at www.clearblade.com.
About Sumitomo Corporation of Americas
Established in 1952 and headquartered in New York City, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA) has eight offices in major U.S. cities. SCOA is the largest subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, one of the world's leading traders of goods and services. As an integrated business enterprise, the firm has emerged as a major organizer of multinational projects, an expediter of ideas, an important international investor and financier, and a powerful force for distribution of products and global communications through a network of offices worldwide. Its core business units include Tubular Products, Environment and Infrastructure, Steel and Non Ferrous Metals, Transportation and Construction Systems, Chemicals and Electronics, Media and IOT Applications, Real Estate, Mineral Resources and Energy, and Food.