Atmel in new sector of flash market

March 1997
Electronic News;3/17/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2159, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the launching of Atmel's Serial DataFlash chip family for data storage applications. Company's reaction to the modem industry's transition from 28.8- and 33.6-kilobit-per-second speeds to 56Kps data rates; Configuration of flash chips; Comments from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) president Richard Previte.


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