Energy Comparison of Cypress F-RAM and EEPROM | Cypress Semiconductor
Energy Comparison of Cypress F-RAM and EEPROM
F-RAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) is a nonvolatile memory that uses a ferroelectric capacitor to store data. It offers higher write speeds and lower energy consumption than flash/EEPROM.
This white paper compares the energy consumption of the Cypress F-RAM and EEPROM under typical application scenarios.
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