Ferroelectric-RAM (FRAM) memory is widely used in industrial control systems, industrial automation, mission-critical space applications, high-reliability military, and various automotive applications. The characteristics of FRAM that suit it for these applications also make FRAM a viable technology for wearable applications because of additional inherent attributes—low power and high endurance...
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