Need Embedded Flash Storage? You Decide!
Storage devices are a vital component of an electronic system for a variety of applications, and with today’s demand for faster boot-up and data transfer, choosing an optimized storage device has become a challenge for designers. For example, for mainstream smartphones, embedded technologies like eMMC has become the de facto storage device of choice due to its high-speed connectivity up to 400MB/s and cost-effectiveness. On the other hand, for high-end smartphones, UFS has become a robust option due to its unique high-performance, low-power and scalability advantages. Today, the use of such mobile storage devices extends into new applications like automotive and IoT. This presentation will describe each mobile storage specification and illustrate their unique use-cases and features such as command queuing, inline encryption and high bandwidth for mobile applications and beyond.
- Wednesday, July 26, Hsinchu, Taiwan @ 11:00am
- Presenter: Licinio Sousa, Technical Marketing Manager, Synopsys
- Friday, July 28, Seoul, Korea @ 11:00am
- Presenter: Hyoung-Bae Choi, Field Application Engineer, Synopsys