How to cut power in NVM OTP memory array by using a new kind of bitcell.
Memory has historically been a very stable technology, whether volatile or non-volatile. Incremental change happens constantly to improve performance, but it’s unusual for a major change to take place. The non-volatile one-time-programmable memory approach that Kilopass uses has been in place for thirteen years with no major changes. Now, however, Kilopass is readying a new memory array for the Gusto-3 family that takes advantage of the new X2Bit bitcell, and we view this as a significant event.
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