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in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 08 September 2016

Gateway to Innovation

On 1 January 2016, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe, active member of the European electronics market for over 30 years, has become Fujitsu Electronics Europe. The new name reflects the realignment strategy of the global electronics company: Serving the automotive, industrial, communications and home entertainment markets, Fujitsu Electronics Europe not only positions itself as a global distributor, and broadens its portfolio, FEEU also aims to act as gateway to high-quality solutions by removing barriers to innovation, as Managing Director Axel Tripkewitz explains.

in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 11 June 2015

Industry, medicine and logistics are not the only ways of using FRAM-based tags. Fujitsu Semiconductor is keen to develop the business beyond these major markets.

FRAM memory technology has a special position among the various types of non-volatile memories that are used for RFID tags. They have a special place in applications where EEPROM-based tags are pushed to their limits and where it is necessary to store large amounts of data at high speeds. „The industry is now in great need of this. And yet, we are also interested in using other applications in which the characteristics of FRAM are challenged so as to develop customised solutions,“ says Jozsef Miho, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe.

Jozsef Miho, Product Marketing Engineer, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe, interviewed by “RFID im Blick”

in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 20 November 2014

Data saved at high speed and permanently available

High writing speed and multiple billion overwriting cycles – only two of the various advantages that are brought by FRAM-technology and that qualify it as the ideal memory technology for many different RFID-applications. What particular benefits FRAM-technology has got for RFID-applications and where the boundaries of permanent data saving are, that’s what „RFID im Blick“ talked about with Jozsef Miho, product marketing engineer at Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe.

Jozsef Miho, Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe, in an Interview with Jan Phillip Denkers, „RFID im Blick“

in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 04 December 2013

RFID in health care

FRAM is the non-volatile memory technology of the future

RFID labels (so called „tags“) based on Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) are ideal for gapless device and equipment tracking as they do not lose any data when exposed to gamma particles in contrast to EEPROM tags. FRAM is the non-volatile memory technology of the future, combining S-/DRAM and EEPROM/Flash advantages. Through combination with RFID technology a great deal can be achieved particularly in healthcare.

By Jozef Miho, product marketing engineer at Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe

in Articles | By Fujitsu Electronics | 28 November 2013

RFID in healthcare

In combination with RFID a fast and radiation tolerant memory creates advantages for healthcare

Nowadays the lack of hygiene in the field of medicine is a major issue and a recurring problem – multi-resistant germs can only hardly be treated by the application of drugs. According to estimates of the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention 4.3 million people in Europe become infected in hospitals every year. The German Society for Hospital Hygiene refers to a number of 40,000 deaths as a result of infection every year in Germany alone. In times of overworked clinical staff higher hygiene standards improving this situation can be best achieved by modern technology providing gapless traceability of devices and equipment. In this case RFID labels (so called „tags“) based on ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) are the ideal solution as they do not lose any data when exposed to gamma particles in contrast to EEPROM tags. FRAM is the non-volatile memory of the future, combining S-/DRAM and EEPROM/Flash advantages. Through combination with RFID wireless technology a great deal can be achieved particularly in healthcare.

By Jozsef Miho, Product Marketing Engineer at Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe

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