Beijing (Gasgoo)- Chinese semiconductor supplier Giantec Semiconductor announced on Nov. 22 that its self-developed NOR Flash storage chip has been officially validated by a third-party institution for AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualification.
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After passing automatic quality validation, Giantec Semiconductor plans to successively deploy the NOR Flash chip for automotive applications.
According to the company, NOR Flash 512Kb / 1Mb / 2Mb / 4Mb / 8Mb / 16Mb / 32Mb capacity products are fully designed according to automotive specifications. The first batch of 512Kb/1Mb/2Mb/4Mb products have obtained AEC-Q100 Grade 1 certificate issued by third-party authority.
By virtue of its technical accumulation and customer base in the EEPROM field, Giantec Semiconductor has expanded its operations in the NOR Flash field for the latter’s certain degree of technical similarity.
Based on the company’s unique NORD process platform, Giantec Semiconductor has offered NOR Flash products with independent intellectual property rights. Compared with similar products in the market, Giantec Semiconductor’s chips offer more reliable performance and higher temperature adaptability. For example, the erasable times of the chips have been increased to more than 200,000 times, the data retention time is over 50 years, and the adaptive temperature range can reach -40℃-125℃, with an ESD of 6.5KV.