Fujitsu announces FRAM with capacity of 8 Mbit

first_imgFujitsu introduces a new FRAM product with a storage density of 8 Mbit. The MB85R8M2T is particularly suitable for use in industrial automation and financial logging systems, where a high data throughput is required, and the integrity of the data is essential.The new product is equipped with a SRAM compatible parallel interface, offering a much more efficient alternative to battery backup SRAM. Based on the unique features of FRAM as a non-volatile memory, such as fast overwrite at 150 ns and read/write endurance of 1013 , MB85R8M2T can replace a SRAM and remove the backup battery at the same time. As a result, manufacturers can achieve a more compact hardware system and a significant saving in component and maintenance cost combined with a commitment on long term product availability. The MB85R8M2T offers a wide voltage range from 1.8 to 3.6 V. It is available in a 48-pin FBGA package measuring 8.00 x 6.00 mm. MB85R8M2T is in mass production stage. Samples are available immediately.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous dSPACE: high-voltage electric motor and battery emulationNext Moxa develops Microsoft Azure IoT Edge-ready gateway deviceslast_img read more

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9 months agoNapoli goalscorer Fabian Ruiz: Coppa Italia important for fans

first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Napoli goalscorer Fabian Ruiz: Coppa Italia important for fansby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNapoli goalscorer Fabian Ruiz was delighted with victory over Coppa Italia opponents Sassuolo.He scored the second goal in a 2-0 victory, setting up a quarter-final date with Milan.“We know this is an important competition for Napoli, that this was a difficult game, but we did well,” the Spaniard told Rai Sport.“Now we have to focus on Sunday and the return of Serie A. Lazio are close to us and very ambitious, but we are on home turf and want to make the most of it.“The Coach has faith in me, so do my teammates and I have to keep working hard to earn my place.” last_img

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Inuk hunter tells tale of how he found the Franklin expeditions Terror

first_imgSteve Mongeau APTN National NewsA 170 years ago, two ships, the Erebus and the Terror, disappeared in the Northwest Passage.The Erebus was found two years ago. Now the Terror, in near perfect condition, has also been found.But one local hunter knew where the Terror was located seven years before its recent discovery.last_img

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Court orders Italian govt to publicize cellphone risks

first_imgROME — A consumers’ group says an Italian tribunal has ordered a public information campaign about the possible health risks of cellular and cordless phones.The Lazio region’s administrative tribunal ruled that Italy’s health, environment and education ministries must begin the campaign within six months about the phones’ proper use.Consumer advocacy group A.P.P.L.E. had argued in court that improper use causes exposure to electromagnetic fields that are particularly harmful to children.The tribunal, based in Rome, was closed on Wednesday evening. A.P.P.L.E. made available a copy of the ruling, which was published Tuesday.In 2017, a different Italian court ruled that improper, long-term use of a company-issued cellphone caused an employee’s non-cancerous brain tumour.Scientific studies in several countries have produced inconsistent findings on cellphones and brain tumors.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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Griezmann whistled as Atletico come back to draw with Levante

first_imgMadrid: Antoine Griezmann was jeered during his last game for Atletico Madrid and Rodrigo might have scored his final goal for the club as they came from behind to draw 2-2 against Levante in La Liga on Saturday. Griezmann received whistles at the City of Valencia Stadium from the visiting fans, who were also heard chanting “out, out, out” before goals from Sergio Camello and Rodrigo ensured Atletico at least ended the season with a draw. Diego Simeone has dismissed fears of a mass exodus, despite both Diego Godin and Griezmann already announcing their departures, with the likes of Rodrigo, Juanfran and Filipe Luis all expected to follow. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: RijijuIf this was to be their farewell outing for Atletico, it was an underwhelming finale as Levante, who only secured safety from relegation last weekend, claimed a deserved point. They might have been disappointed not to take all three after leading 2-0 at half-time thanks to goals from Erick Cabaco and Roger Marti before then playing against 10 men for the best part of 40 minutes after Angel Correa was sent off. But Atletico fought back, Rodrigo firing into the top corner before 18-year-old substitute Camello scored his first goal for the club, finishing at the back post. Also Read – Djokovic to debut against Shapovalov at Shanghai MastersGriezmann was unable to add to his tally of 133 goals in 257 games across all competitions in what became a bitter end to his five successful seasons for the club. Godin was given a rousing goodbye ceremony at the Wanda Metropolitano last weekend but the timing of Griezmann’s announcement, perhaps deliberately, meant he avoided a last meeting with the Atleti fans. But those that made the trip to Valencia were determined to make their displeasure known and it was noticeable that Griezmann made a swift exit after the final whistle. Camello, born in Madrid and a product of Atletico’s academy, delivered a more positive message for the future and a timely reminder of Atletico’s ability to endure in recent years, despite the departures of their biggest stars. Levante took the lead through a brilliant opener from Cabaco, who flicked in with the back of his heel after a header back from Ruben Vezo. Roger doubled the advantage shortly before half-time, intercepting a loose pass from Thomas Partey before skipping over Rodrigo and firing past Antonio Adan, who was standing in for the injured Jan Oblak. Atletico’s task became more difficult when Correa was sent off for a petulant kick on Chema but Rodrigo gave them hope with a stunning strike into the top corner, before Koke’s shot fell kindly for Camello at the back post.last_img read more

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Xhaka Nothing is finished yet

first_imgArsenal’s Grant Xhaka has admitted that is “unbelievable” that 10-man Atletico Madrid managed to escape with a 1-1 draw against them, but he remains certain that “nothing is finished” yetThe Swiss midfielder started for the Gunners in what was Arsene Wenger’s final European home match in the first leg of their semi-final tie against the Spanish side.Due to Sime Vrsaljko’s 10th-minute dismissal, Arsenal dominated the game and looked set to take a lead to Madrid next week when Alexandre Lacazette headed them in front.But Antoine Griezmann then took advantage of some poor defensive work to score a vital away goal.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“I think we played a great match… Atletico had one shot on our goal and scored. It’s unbelievable because we didn’t want that today, we wanted to have a good result at home. But it’s 1-1 and now we must focus on next week.” Xhaka told the club website.The 25-year-old feels that Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak proved to be crucial in keeping his side in the game.“No, I don’t think so. We had a lot of chances. We were a bit unlucky with the amazing match of the goalkeeper of Atletico. A 1-1 draw isn’t the result we wanted but nothing is finished,” analysed Xhaka.On the return leg, he added: “We know we must score one goal. We must play like we did today, we must focus for over 90 minutes because you can see it’s always dangerous against Atletico.”last_img read more

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Icy Conditions Persist On The Seward Highway

first_imgDOT: “We ask that every driver use caution, drive the posted speed and get to where you are going safely. Please watch for all non-motorized users and give them room.” DOT is paying extra close attention to MP 113, just before the Potter Creek viewpoint, of the Seward Highway for signs of melt. In an effort to reduce hazards in that area DOT is working to push traffic away from the cliff. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Department of Transportation has issued a snow and ice melt advisory for a portion of the Seward Highway. According to DOT because the traffic control devices shift the highway into a pull out area, speeds are reduced in this area.center_img As daytime temperatures rise, we get snow and ice melt throughout our transportation network, according to the advisory. DOT is currently monitoring and pushing snow further into ditches, scraping any pack ice, and thawing culverts on the stretch of the highway.last_img read more

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