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A flash memory controller and flash memory are both components of an embedded non-volatile memory system called an embedded multimedia card (eMMC), that facilitates the designing of application interfaces and free up the host CPU from low-level flash memory administration.
Due to its multiple improved features, embedded multimedia cards are used in many embedded applications, including single board computers (SBC), robotics, gadgets, automotive, networking, and building control devices.
Automotive eMMC is a flash memory and flash memory controller-based embedded non-volatile memory system that makes it easier to create application interfaces and frees the host CPU from low-level flash memory management. It is made for numerous industrial uses, including routers, as well as consumer gadgets, automobiles, industrial computers, and other uses.
This helps product developers by shortening time-to-market, streamlining the design and qualification process for non-volatile memory interfaces, and making it simpler to handle upcoming flash device offerings.
Due to its compact BGA device sizes and low power consumption, eMMC is a workable, affordable memory option for mobile and other goods with limited space. These units either don’t need an SSD or can’t fit one.
The Global Automotive eMMC market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The first “eUFS memory” semiconductors with quicker speeds and greater stability are being created by Samsung Electronics for use in automobiles. The next-generation Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), infotainment, and dashboard systems of high-end cars that perform numerous multimedia functions through links with smart devices are all optimised for this 128GB eUFS memory package.
In order to better serve professionals and video producers, Western Digital introduced the new SanDisk Professional brand of premium storage devices. Scalable, high-performance, and dependable solutions for a variety of global industries are provided by the robust SanDisk Professional portfolio.
To erect a new corporate office in Jhubei City, Hsinchu County, Silicon Motion Technology will spend NT$4 billion. A testing lab and a research and development centre would be run out of the new headquarters. Additionally, it has plans to construct a facility through an urban renewable project in Taipei’s Nangang District.
One of the tiniest chips in the world is used in Toshiba’s e-MMC products. The chips are designed for use in a wide range of digital goods, including automotive infotainment and industrial applications, and are fully compliant with the most recent JEDEC eMMC standard.
Due to advancements in the fundamental chip performance and controller optimization, Toshiba’s eMMC enables quick read/write performance.
The stringent needs of the car infotainment market are met by Toshiba’s new line-up of single-package embedded NAND flash memories, which comes in densities ranging from 8 gigabytes 3GB to 64GB. To manage the fundamental control operations for NAND applications, a controller is integrated into each device.
The majority of automobiles will be Internet-connected, enabling them to access, produce, and share Web-based data. Cars are gradually evolving into much more than just sources of transportation, including everything from navigation and weather reports to voice recognition, entertainment, and driver assistance functions.
All of this connectivity requires faster processing speeds and larger data storage capacities, and Toshiba’s eMMC NAND flash memory has become the go-to data storage option for automotive applications.
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