SST Unveils Industry's First 16 Mbit Flash/8 Mbit SRAM ComboMemory Device

4/8/2002 - SST (Silicon Storage Technology, Inc., NASDAQ: SSTI), a leader in flash memory technology, today announced the industry's first high-performance, low-power combination memory device that integrates 16 Mbits of dual-bank flash memory with 8 Mbits of SRAM in a single, space-saving ball grid array (BGA) package. Previously, designers requiring 8 Mbits of SRAM in a combination memory device were limited to solutions paired with 32 Mbits of flash memory. With the new SST34HF1681 ComboMemory device, designers of low-cost portable applications get the ideal amount of SRAM they need without incurring the costs of additional flash memory. Also, due to the superior features of SST's SuperFlash technology, the new product has the industry's lowest energy consumption of any combination memory device. The low energy consumption coupled with an optimum memory configuration makes the SST34HF1681 ideal for feature-rich, cost-sensitive portable devices, such as cellular phones, wireless data modules, PDA add-in cards/modules, handheld PCs, GPS receivers and wireless LAN cards.

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