Non-Volatiles Memories - Use Cases

How can a Non-Volatile Memory boost battery lifetime in battery-operated modules?

Battery-powered devices are everywhere today. From computers to mobiles phones, we use smart electronic applications every day, and expect them to offer high performance.

How can designers ensure their smart device addresses the expectations of end users in terms of performance without compromising battery lifetime?

How to simplify NVM integration during production?

From initial data upload to content verification, the integration of a Non-Volatile Memory in a design can be time consuming, and results in costs for manufacturers.

With the Page EEPROM, ST provides a, NVM offering many features to reduce your manufacturing costs.

How can a Non-Volatile Memory make datalogging more efficient and accurate?

Millions of IoT devices make our homes, cities and industries smarter by detecting and recording events every day.

This means NVMs need to collect, process and store significant amounts of data, enabled by datalogging functions.

How can a Non-Volatile Memory protect data integrity?

Smart electronic systems make decisions based on the data they have collected. This data must be securely stored, reliable, and show no errors to ensure good decision making.

Memory devices store data and instructions, and therefore play an essential role in protecting data integrity.

How can a Non-Volatile Memory reduce application downtime during firmware download & updates?

With electronic embedded systems becoming smarter, the lines of code required to run these applications are becoming increasingly complex.

High-density NVM devices are used in systems to store the firmware package and its back-up.