IoT smart solutions provider Adesto Technologies has introduced a new product line of non-volatile memories (NVMs) designed for next-generation consumer and industrial IoT edge devices.
The product line, FushionHD, builds on the smart IoT features of Adesto’s Fusion family and supports the code storage and data logging demands of a wide range of wearables, hearables, sensor edge devices and industrial systems. It delivers low power consumption, fast data transfer and robust, high-reliability operation.
The California-based semiconductor company said that unlike standard flash devices, FusionHD incorporates a Small Page Erase and Write Architecture that makes saving small packets of data quick and efficient.
It also allows large data packets to be saved and accessed using minimal CPU clock cycles, reducing processing time and battery consumption.
“When we first introduced the Fusion family of NVMs, their novel design and ultra-low power operation helped extend battery life in a new generation of products such as Bluetooth LE enabled consumer IoT devices,” said Paul Hill, senior marketing director, Adesto.
FusionHD is a step further as it can bring system-level advantages to long-life industrial IoT devices such as sensors, meters and monitors.
Whether the key design priority is low-power consumption, reliable remote operation, or small form factor, Hill said FusionHD can provide design advantages.
Moreover, Adesto said FusionHD supports the new Serial Flash Reset Signaling Protocol (JESD252) and the latest version of the SFDP standard (JESD216C).