Budapest, Hungary. HCC Embedded declared that its SafeFTL has been tested and verified for Micron Technology, Inc.’s range of automotive-grade SPI NAND flash memory products, enabling automotive designers to implement reliable amounts of data to the NAND flash for automotive systems.
HCC examined Micron’s flash devices with 1Gb, 2Gb, 4Gb, and 8Gb capacities, and both 1.8V and 3.3V interfaces. The memory devices were affixed to a Secure Digital (SD) form factor board for an unobstructed interface to development boards with SD card slot support for SPI communication.
“HCC has a 15-year track record in failsafe NAND flash management and fail safety, and we’ve put in the extra time and effort to test the Micron automotive NAND devices individually to validate them for use with our SafeFTL product,” said Dave Hughes, CEO of HCC. “Automotive engineers – and any engineers looking for reliable storage solutions using SPI NAND flash – can use our field-proven failsafe flash translation layer to bring added reliability to their designs.”
Learn more at https://www.hcc-embedded.com/safeftl/.