SuperFlash Memory Family Adds 1.8V 4-/8-Mbit Members

SuperFlash Memory Family Adds 1.8V 4-/8-Mbit Members
Microchip Technology Inc.

The company expands its 1.8V Serial Quad I/O (SQI) SuperFlash Memory family with the SST26WF080B and SST26WF040B devices. They offer 4-Mb and 8-Mb of memory and are manufactured with company's SuperFlash technology, which promises the industry's fastest erase times and higher reliability. Sector and block erase commands are completed in 18 ms and a full chip erase operation is completed in 35 ms. The SQI interface is a 104-MHz quad I/O serial interface that enables low latency execute-in-place (XIP) capability, allowing programs to be stored and executed directly from the Flash memory and eliminating the need for code shadowing on a RAM device. Designed for low-power consumption, the devices maximize battery life with a standby current consumption of 10 µA typical and a deep power-down mode further reduces current consumption to 1.8 µA typical. Active read current at 104 MHz is 15 mA typical. The SST26WF080B/040B devices are available today for sampling and volume production in 8-contact WSON (6mm x 5mm), 8-lead SOIC (150 mil), 8-contact USON (2mm x 3mm), 8-ball XFBGA (Z-Scale) packages, starting at $0.57 each for SST26WF040B and $0.65 each for SST26WF080B in 10,000-unit quantities. To learn more, visit

Microchip Technology Inc.
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