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UFS is a high-performance storage interface that is perfect for advanced automotive systems that demand ultra-fast boot times and automotive-grade dependability as well as computing and mobile systems that need minimal power consumption.
It transmits data signals using differential serial transmission. A faster clock can be used for serial transmission (clock information can be embedded in the data stream).
The level difference between two signal lines that indicate 0 and 1 is known as the differential signal. In comparison to single-ended signal transmission, differential signal transmission provides a stronger anti-interference capability and a wider bandwidth.
Full-duplex operation is the working mode for UFS, allowing for parallel reading and writing. Half-duplex is how eMMC operates. It is impossible to read and write at the same time.
The Global Automotive UFS 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 UFS 3.1 memory device portfolio certified for use in automobiles was recently unveiled by Micron. The automotive IVI systems benefit from faster performance thanks to these controlled NAND components, which also satisfy the demands of the vehicle environment.
This raises consumer expectations for the user experience. This memory, which is quicker than earlier NAND generations and offers cost/density advantages over earlier generations while supporting sizes up to 2 TB, is based on 96-layer NAND technology.
The foundation of any memory device is JEDEC specification, and Micron’s UFS 3.1 products adhere to this standard. In addition to supporting wide temperature ranges from -40°C to 105°C, Micron automotive memories also comply with specific automotive quality and reliability requirements, such as Automotive SPICE, IATF16949, and AEC-Q104.
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