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Programming Micron P8P Parallel PCM flash using serial peripheral interface

Posted: 20 Jun 2011     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:phase change memory  non volatile  serial peripheral interface 

The Micron phase change memory (PCM) technology is a generation of non volatile memory with byte-alterability, or overwrite capability and one million write cycle endurance. The listed features are touted to deliver a flash memory solution that improves overall performance. A secondary serial peripheral interface (SPI) has been added on Micron P8P PCM to enable low cost, low pin count on-board programming. This interface gives access to the P8P memory by using only seven signals, instead of a conventional parallel interface that may take 45 signals or more. The seven signals consist of six SPI-only signals plus one signal that is shared with the conventional interface.

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