Use Cases

eMemory NVM IPs appear in a wide range of chips in the applications below.

Mobile Computing

Display Driver IC

Display drivers are used in wide range of applications from large screen TVs, desktop monitors, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and automotive displays. A display driver IC acts as an interface between a microprocessor or digital systems and the display panels (i.e. LCD or OLED)....

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Power Management IC

Power management ICs (PMICs) are essential to mobile computing devices, IoT devices, and automotive electronic systems. These devices are typically packed with multiple sensors, application processors/microcontrollers, connectivity ICs, display ICs, and cameras....

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Sensor

Mobile computing devices, IoT devices, and automotive electronic systems are typically packed with multiple sensors. A sensor is a device or a module that detects a change in a stimulus and converts it into an electronic signal for aggregation or processing....

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Multimedia IC

Ever since smart TVs and set-top boxes allow consumers to connect to the internet to access streaming media services, apps, internet music stations, and web browsers, traditional cable TVs seem to have lost their allure. This disruption in entertainment and media industry led to the proliferation of different on-demand content monetization models....

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Connectivity IC

Connectivity ICs are crucial for wireless technologies including wireless local area network (WLAN), WiFi, Bluetooth, cellular, and low-power wireless. In an ever-connected world, where each connected device is a potential entry point for sophisticated cyberattack, security can no longer be an afterthought in the design of connectivity ICs and wireless devices, but rather a key criteria from the outset....

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MCU

A microcontroller unit (MCU) is a small, self-contained computer with memory and programmable input/output peripherals that is housed on a single chip. MCUs are typically limited in power and functionality, but can perform simple functions independently, and are most often embedded in IoT devices including consumer electronics, automotive electronics, and household appliances....

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Autoelectronics IC

Innovative electronics are playing a vital role in achieving the increasingly stringent demands and standards for infotainment regarding convenience, safety, security and low power consumption. Electronics innovations are making modules and subsystems in almost every part of a vehicle smarter and safer in infotainment systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), communications and powertrains....

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RFID & NFC

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology uses smart label to identify, track, and retrieve information for inventory management, supply chain management, freight management, physical access management, electronic toll collection, animal identification and more. An RFID tag consisting an integrated circuit (IC) is placed or embedded in the tracked object....

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Camera Module

eMemory offers a wide range of logic NVM silicon IPs with various density, endurance, and power consumption specifications, supporting various markets, chipsets, and system applications.

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DRAM

DRAM is widely used in digital electronics when low-cost, high-capacity memory is required. One of the largest applications for DRAM is the main memory in modern computers and graphics cards. It is also used in many portable devices and video game consoles.

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