Ramtron to Unveil Non-volatile FRAM Products at Convergence

9/22/2004 - Ramtron International Corporation (Nasdaq:RMTR), the leading supplier of non-volatile ferroelectric semiconductor products, has announced that the company will debut its non-volatile ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) products at Convergence 2004, Booth #121, from October 18th through 20th at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Ramtron will present the latest developments in high-performance FRAM and how FRAM is advancing automotive system designs in airbag controllers, entertainment systems, navigation gear, instrumentation clusters, and electronic data recorders.

"Non-volatile FRAM is rapidly becoming the standard for demanding automotive system applications," said Craig Taylor, director of marketing, FRAM Products. "No other non-volatile solution matches the write speed and high endurance of FRAM to keep up with today's automotive systems."

Ramtron will be conducting informative live presentations daily at Ramtron's exhibit booth #121. Presentation Topic: "Fast-Write and High-Endurance Data Logging in Automotive Applications." Key areas to be covered include FRAM applications in crash recorders, telematics and entertainment systems. Presented daily at 10:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. by Craig Taylor, Ramtron director of marketing, FRAM Products.

About Convergence 2004
Convergence 2004, at Cobo Center in Detroit, October 18 - 20, marks the 30th anniversary of this premier automotive electronics conference and three decades of successful collaboration between mechanical and electronics engineering. The conference was founded to develop and serve as a common ground between the mechanical and electronic engineering disciplines. Its success in creating dialogue and co-operation has supported the dramatic growth and ongoing innovation in automotive electronics. For more information, please visit the conference website at www.convergence2004.org

About Ramtron
Ramtron International Corporation (NASDAQ: RMTR) is the leading supplier of non-volatile ferroelectric semiconductors including serial and parallel ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) devices and Processor Companion devices that integrate a variety of commonly needed discrete analog and mixed-signal functions for processor-based systems. Ramtron's patented FRAM technology allows devices to perform the functions of both RAM and non-volatile memory in a single chip. Its unique benefits are revolutionising memory-based designs in a variety of automotive, communications, computing, consumer, industrial control, medical and metering applications. Additionally, Ramtron works with various leading edge licensee and manufacturers to bring its technology to market. For more information visit www.ramtron.com

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