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Computex 2009: MemoCom showcasing MCP, SSD products
Press release; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Thursday 4 June 2009]

MemoCom, a Taiwan-based solution provider and manufacturer of PSRAM and MCP (multi-chip package) devices, is exhibiting at Computex 2009 for the first time, displaying SSD (solid state drive), flash memory cards and USB drives at the show.

MemoCom's Computex booth is located at the Nangang Exhibition Hall, I1312.

MemoCom's MCP series features a small package and low-power consumption. The products are fully compatible - and have been verified - with a number of mainstream baseband chips for GSM, GPRS, CDMA and PHS platforms. MemoCom's MCP solutions include NOR MCP, NAND MCP, pseudo SRAM, discrete NOR flash and SSD MCP, as well as the latest eMMC solution.

The MemoCom eMMC is an embedded MultiMediaCard solution in a BGA package. The eMMC operation is identical to that of an MMC card, and performs simple read and write to memory using MMC protocols.

From SSD modules to SSD MCP, MemoCom is dedicated to bringing the SSD solutions to the notebook, netbook, all-in-one PC, thin client, nettop and IPC segments. MemoCom's SSD MCP offers low-power, high performance and durability, with up to 16GB capacity for mobile applications.

MemoCom has also launched SSD modules for different ZIF/micro SATA/PCIe/SATA DOM embedded systems. Among the high performance modules, the MemoCom SSD T-ZIF is a cableless ZIF module that uses a standard ZIF interface with 40 pins, enabling high random access performance for notebooks, netbooks, and industrial PCs.

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MemoCom T-ZIF chip
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