Comparing Spansion S26KS512S with Macronix MX25UM51245G

APPLICATION NOTE
Comparing Spansion S26KS512S with Macronix MX25UM51245G
1. Introduction
This application note compares the Macronix 512Mb 1.8V OctaFlash MX25UM51245G serial flash and the
Spansion S26KS512S parallel flash devices. This document does not provide detailed information on each
individual device, but highlights the similarities and differences between them. The comparison covers the
general features, performance, packaging, command set, and other parameters.
The information in this document is based on datasheets listed in Section 9. Newer versions of the
datasheets may override the contents of this document.
2. Feature Comparison
Both flash device families have similar features and functions as shown in Table 2-1. Significant differences
are highlighted in blue.
Table 2-1: Features
Feature
Supply Voltage Range
Frequency (max)
READ (1-1-1) (1)
FAST_READ (1-1-1)(1)
OPI (8-8-8)(1)
DTR (Double Transfer Rate)
Page Program Size
Sector Size
Block Size
Security OTP Size
Program/Erase Suspend &
Resume
Burst Mode Read
Adjustable Output Driver
FastBoot Mode
Configurable Dummy Cycles
S/W Reset Command
RESET# Pin
Advanced Sector Protection
Manufacturer ID
Device ID
Package
Macronix MX25UM51245G
Spansion S26KS512S
1.7V ~ 2.0V
1.7V~1.95
200MHz
166MHz
Yes
Yes
Yes, Serial Flash protocol-like Yes, Parallel flash protocol-like
Yes
Yes
256B
512B
4KB
4KB
64KB
256KB
1KB
1KB
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
C2h
80h/3Ah
24-BGA (5x5 ball)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
0001h
007Eh/0070h
24-BGA (5x5 ball)
Note:
1. x-y-z in I/O mode indicates the number of active pins used for op-code(x), address(y) and data(z).
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3. Performance Comparison
Tables 3-1 and 3-2 show MX25UM51245G and S26KS512S AC performance.
Table 3-1: Read Performance
Parameter
Normal Read
Fast Read
OPI STR Read
OPI DTR Read
tCLQV / tCKD
tQSQV/tDSS
tQXQS/tDSH
1-1-1
8-8-8
8-8-8 DTR
15pF
30pF
10pF
100MHz DTR, 30pF
166MHz DTR, 15pF
200MHz DTR, 10pF
30pF
15pF
10pF
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
50MHz
133MHz(1)
200MHz
200MHz(2)
6ns
8ns
5ns
0ns
0ns
0ns
3.6ns
1.8ns
1.2ns
Spansion
S26KS512S
166MHz
TBD(4)
TBD
TBD
-
Note:
1. MX25UM51245G Fast Read runs up to 133MHz with default dummy cycles.
2. MX25UM51245G OPI runs up to 200MHz with 20 dummy cycles and 104MHz with 10 dummy cycles.
3. All values in Table 3-1 are maximum value.
4. S26KS5122S doesn’t disclose this value in current datasheet.
Table 3-2: Write Performance
Parameter
Macronix MX25UM51245G
4KB
30ms(typ) / 400ms(max)
Erase
64KB
0.3s(typ) / 2s(max)
256KB
Chip Erase / Bulk Erase
200s(typ) / 800s(max)
Byte
20us(typ) / 30us(max)
Program
Word
Page
0.2ms(256B)(typ) / 1.5ms(max)
Program/Erase Cycles
100,000
(Endurance)
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Spansion S26KS512S
240ms(typ) / 725ms(max)
0.93s(typ) / 2.9s(max)
220s(typ) / 462s(max)
500us(typ) / 1260us(max)
0.475ms(512B)(typ) / 2.0ms(max)
100,000
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4. DC Characteristics
Both flash series characteristics are similar in primary features and functions. However, there are minor
differences in DC characteristics which should be evaluated to determine their significance.
Table 4-1: Read / Write Current
Parameter
Read Current @ OPI
Standby Current
Deep Power Down Current
Write Current
Macronix MX25UM51245G
Spansion S26KS512S
55mA @ 200MHz STR
180mA @ 166MHz DTR - VCC
110mA @ 200MHz DTR
100mA @ 166MHz DTR - VCCQ
200uA
100uA
80uA
50uA @ 85C
60mA
100mA
Note: All values in Table 4-1 are maximum.
Table 4-2 compares I/O voltage levels between the two families.
on some package options while Macronix does not.
Spansion supports a Versatile I/O Voltage
Table 4-2: Input / Output Voltage
Parameter
Macronix MX25UM51245G
Input Low Voltage (VIL)
-0.4V (min.) / 0.3VCC (max.)
Input High Voltage (VIH)
0.7VCC (min.) / VCC+0.4V (max.)
Output Low Voltage (VOL)
0.2V (max.)
Output High Voltage (VOH)
VCC-0.2 (min.)
Spansion S26KS512S
TBD(1)
TBD
0.15VCCQ (max.)
TBD
Note:
1. S26KS5122S doesn’t disclose this value in current datasheet.
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5. Hardware Consideration
The pin assignments of the 24-BGA package are not included in the S26KS512S datasheet
listed in the References Section 8 of this application note. Therefore, the pinout shown in the
December 15. 2014 S26KS KL-S PB.01 Product Brief is shown below for comparison.
Devices are pin compatible. The S26KS512S has a differential input clock CK# on ball B1
and a RSTO# ball A2 not provided on the MX25UM51245G (these pins are NC (no connect)
on the Macronix flash).
24-BGA (5x5 ball)
MX25UM51245G
A
S26KS512S
NC
NC
Reset
#
DNU
B
NC
SCLK
GND
VCC
NC
C
VSSQ
CS#
DQS
SIO2
NC
D
VCCQ
SIO1
SIO0
SIO3
SIO4
E
SIO7
SIO6
SIO5
VCCQ
VSSQ
1
2
3
4
Reset# signal is internal pull high
5
During high frequency access, the time scale may become compressed (as compared with
traditional Serial NOR flash) resulting in reduced timing margin. The MX25UM51245G has
both an SCLK pin and a DQS pin to control data output synchronously at high speed.
Systems which only use the SCLK pin to latch data output, may not have enough timing
margin to latch data in specific clock cycle under high frequency. S26KS512S uses
differential clock CK pin and CK# pin with R(W)DS pin C3 combination to control data output
timing. Both devices adapt different methods of supporting stable and valid data for MCU to
access flash data under high frequency operation
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6. Octa I/O Protocol and High Frequency
Both devices support an Octa I/O interface with low latency access. However, they use different protocols to
implement Octa I/O functionality and achieve high frequency operation. In systems which implement an Octa
I/O interface, it is necessary to modify H/W and S/W algorithms to achieve Octa I/O operation.
6-1. Octa I/O
MX25UM51245G OctaFlash support Single I/O (x1) mode for backward compatibility, and support Octa I/O
mode (x8) to significantly reduce flash access time and throughput. Both modes use a serial flash protocol to
reduce system H/W and S/W design effort.
The S26KS512S device supports Octa I/O mode only. Because it doesn’t support a serial flash protocol it
may require more time to revise the command sequence, increasing system design time. Not only is new
command protocol verification needed, but also H/W and S/W implementation will require changes.
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6-2. Software Considerations
MX25UM51245G basic command set and 4-Byte command set follow a serial flash command protocol in STR x1
operation. A CMD/CMD# protocol is needed in STR/DTR x8 operation. In comparison, the S26KS512S does not
use a traditional serial flash command protocol. Algorithm modifications are necessary to access both flash
devices on the application. The most common commands are shown in Tables 6-1 to 6-9.
Table 6-1: MX25UM51245G Basic SPI Command Set (x1)
Instructio
n
Type
Read
Write
Read ID
Register
Instruction
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
READ3B
FAST_READ3B
WREN
WRDI
PP3B
SE3B
BE3B
CE
ENSO
EXSO
RDID
RDSR
WRSR
WRCR
RDCR
RDCR2
WRCR2
RDSCUR
WRSCUR
ESFBR
RDFBR
WRFBR
Description
Normal Read
Fast Read (1-1-1)
Write Enable
Write Disable
Page Program
Sector Erase
Block Erase 64KB
Chip Erase / Bulk Erase
Enter Secured OTP
Exit Secured OTP
Read Identification
Read Status Register
Write Status Registers
Write Configuration Registers
Read Configuration Register
Read Configuration Register2
Write Configuration Register2
Read Security Register
Write Security Register
Erase Fast Boot Register
Read FastBoot Register
Write FastBoot Register
Op-code
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
03h
0Bh
06h
04h
02h
20h
D8h
60h or C7h
B1h
C1h
9Fh
05h
01h
01h
15h
71h
72h
2Bh
2Fh
18h
16h
17h
Table 6-2: MX25UM51245G 4-Byte SPI Command Set (x1)
Instruction
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
READ4B
Read
FAST_READ4B
PP4B
SE4B
Write
BE4B
Notes: Address fields are 4-Bytes.
Instruction
Type
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Description
Normal Read
Fast Read (1-1-1)
Page Program (1-1-1)
Sector Erase
Block Erase 64KB/256KB
6
Op-code
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
13h
0Ch
12h
21h
DCh
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Table 6-3: MX25UM51245G Other SPI Command Set (x1)
Instruction
Type
Other
Instruction
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
SBL
RSTEN
RST
NOP
PGM/ERS Suspend
PGM/ERS Resume
RDSFDP
DP
RDP
Description
Set Burst Length
Reset Enable
Software Reset Memory
No Operation
Program/Erase Suspend
Program/Erase Resume
Read SFDP
Deep Power Down
Release from Deep Power Down
Op-code
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
C0h
66h
99h
00h
B0h
30h
5Ah
B9h
ABh
Table 6-4: MX25UM51245G OPI Basic Command Set (x8)
Instructio
n
Type
Read
Write
Read ID
Register
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Instruction
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
8READ
8DTRD
WREN
WRDI
PP
SE
BE
CE
ENSO
EXSO
RDID
RDSR
WRSR
WRCR
RDCR
RDCR2
WRCR2
RDSCUR
WRSCUR
ESFBR
RDFBR
WRFBR
Description
Octa IO Read
Octa IO DT Read
Write Enable
Write Disable
Page Program
Sector Erase
Block Erase 64KB
Chip Erase / Bulk Erase
Enter Secured OTP
Exit Secured OTP
Read Identification
Read Status Register
Write Status Registers
Write Configuration Registers
Read Configuration Register
Read Configuration Register2
Write Configuration Register2
Read Security Register
Write Security Register
Erase Fast Boot Register
Read FastBoot Register
Write FastBoot Register
7
Op-code
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
03h-13h
EEh-11h
06h-F9h
04h-FBh
12h-EDh
21h-DEh
DCh-23h
60h-9Fh/C7h-38h
B1h-4Eh
C1h-3Eh
9Fh-60h
05h-FAh
01h-FEh
01h-FEh
15h-EAh
71h-8Eh
72h-8Dh
2Bh-D4h
2Fh-D0h
18h-E7h
16h-E9h
17h-E8h
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Table 6-5: MX25UM51245G OPI Other Command Set (x8)
Instruction
Type
Other
Instruction
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
SBL
RSTEN
RST
NOP
PGM/ERS Suspend
PGM/ERS Resume
RDSFDP
DP
RDP
Description
Set Burst Length
Reset Enable
Software Reset Memory
No Operation
Program/Erase Suspend
Program/Erase Resume
Read SFDP
Deep Power Down
Release from Deep Power Down
Op-code
Macronix
MX25UM51245G
C0h-3Fh
66h-99h
99h-66h
00h-FFh
B0h-4Fh
30h-CFh
5Ah-A5h
B9h-46h
ABh-54h
Table 6-6: S26KS512S Basic Command Set
Basic Command Table of MXS26KS512S
Read
Reset/
ASO
Exit
Word
Program
Write to
Buffer
Chip
Erase
Sector
Erase
Status
Register
Read
Status
Register
Clear
Blank
Check
Addr
RA
XXX
555h
555h
555h
555h
555h
555h
(SA)
555h
Evaluate
Erase
Status
(SA)
555h
Data
RD
F0h/
FFh
AAh
AAh
AAh
AAh
70h
71h
33h
D0h
2AAh
55h
555h
A0h
PA
*4
PD
2AAh
55h
*1
SA
25h
SA
*2
WC
*3
WBL
PD
WBL
PD
2AAh
55h
555h
80h
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
10h
2AAh
55h
555h
80h
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
SA
30h
XXX
RD
Command
st
1 Bus
Cycle
nd
2 Bus
Cycle
rd
3 Bus
Cycle
th
4 Bus
Cycle
th
5 Bus
Cycle
th
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
6 Bus
Cycle
Note:
1. SA: Sector Address
2. WC: Word Count which count number is N-1
3. WBL: Write Buffer Location
4. PD: Write Data
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Table 6-7: S26KS512S Basic Command Set - 2
Basic Command Table of MXS26KS512S
Command
st
1 Bus
Cycle
nd
2 Bus
Cycle
rd
3 Bus
Cycle
th
4 Bus
Cycle
Program
POR
Timer
Register
Read
POR
Timer
Register
Load
Volatile
Config
Register
Read
Volatile
Config
Register
Program
Non-Volatile
Config
Register
Erase
Non-Volatile
Config
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
34h
XXX
POR
Time
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
3Ch
XXX
RD POR
Time
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
38h
XXX
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
C7h
XXX
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
39h
XXX
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
C8h
VCR
RD VCR
NVCR
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Addr
Data
Read
Non-Volatile
Config
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
C6h
XXX
RD NVCR
Table 6-8: S26KS512S Basic Command Set - 3
Basic Command Table of MXS26KS512S
Command
st
1 Bus
Cycle
nd
2 Bus
Cycle
rd
3 Bus
Cycle
th
4 Bus
Cycle
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555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
B9h
Addr
Data
Enter
Deep
Power
Down
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
XXX
B9h
Load
Interrupt
Config
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
36h
XXX
ICR
9
Read
Interrupt
Config
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
C4h
XXX
RD ICR
Load
Interrupt
Status
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
37h
XXX
ISR
Read
Interrupt
Status
Register
555h
AAh
2AAh
55h
555h
35h
XXX
RD ISR
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Table 6-9: S26KS512S Basic Command Set - 4
Basic Command Table of MXS26KS512S
Erase
Suspend
Erase
Resume
Program
Suspend
Program
Resume
ID
Entry
Addr
XXX
XXX
XXX
XXX
555h
Data
Addr
Data
B0h
30h
51h
50h
AAh
2AAh
55h
(SA)
555h
90h
Command
st
1 Bus
Cycle
nd
2 Bus
Cycle
rd
3 Bus
Cycle
Addr
Data
CFI
Enter
(SA)
55h
98h
ID-CFI
Read
(SA)
RA
RD
6-3. Page Program Length Alignment
Page Program maximum lengths are different between the MX25UM51245G and the S26KS512S. Software
modification is necessary if the longer page program length is being used. The Page Program length should
be set to a maximum of 256 bytes and the 1 to 256 bytes to be programmed must fall within the same
256-Byte page boundary. In addition, Macronix recommends that data be written in multiples of 256-byte
pages, or at least in multiples of 16-byte aligned chunks, to enhance data reliability.
6-4. Sector Sizes
The MX25UM51245G has uniform 64KB blocks that are each subdivided into sixteen 4KB sectors. The
S26KS512S has uniform 256KB sectors and eight 4KB sectors in parameter sectors. Software adjustments
are needed to accommodate the smaller blocks provided by the MX25UM51245G. Please refer to the
datasheets listed in Section 9 for memory organization details.
6-5. Read Latency
While the Read latency of the MX25UM51245G and S26KS512S in DTR OPI (x8) mode a the same, there
are differences when crossing a page boundary. For the S26KS512S, non-page-aligned reads crossing a
page boundary may incur a latency from 0 to 7 clock cycles depending on the initial starting address within
the page and the dummy cycle setting. The MX25UM51245G has no such limitation.
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6-6. Block Protection Mode
The MX25UM51245G use Status Register BP (Block Protect) bits to software write protect areas of memory,
but the S26KS512S uses advance protection mode to set sector protection function.
6-7. Advanced Sector Protection Mode
Both device families offer an Advanced Sector Protection mode used to provide volatile and
nonvolatile individual sector (or block) protection, but there are differences that need to be
accommodated if this feature is used.
6-8. Status Register, Configuration Register, and Security Register
Both devices use registers to configure flash operation modes, but there are some differences that designers
need to be aware of as software modifications may be needed. A detailed register comparison is shown in
Table 6-10 to 6-13. If a detailed functional description of register bits is required, please refer to the
datasheets listed in Section 9.
Table 6-10: Status Register
Register Bit
Macronix MX25UM51245G
Bit0
WIP; 1=write operation
Bit1
Bit2
Bit3
Bit4
Bit5
Bit6
Bit7
Bit 8 - 15
WEL; 1=write enable
BP0; BP protection
BP1; BP protection
BP2; BP protection
BP3; BP protection
Reserved
Reserved
-
Spansion S26KS512S
ESTAT; 1=previous Erase complete
successfully
SLSB; 1=lock error
PSSB; 1=program suspend
WBASB; 1=write buffer PGM abort
PSB; 1=program fail
ESB; 1=erase fail
ESSB; 1=erase suspend
DRB; 1=ready
Reserved
Note:1. Macronix MX25UM51245G Program and Erase Error bits are located in bits 5 and 6 of its Security Register.
Table 6-11: Configuration Register/ Interrupt Configuration Register
P/N: AN-0428
Register Bit
Bit0
Bit1
Bit2
Bit3
Macronix MX25UM51245G
ODS0; Output driver strength
ODS1; Output driver strength
ODS2; Output driver strength
TB; 1=Bottom area protect
Bit4
PBE; 1=Preamble bit Enable
Bit5 - 7
Bit 8 - 14
Bit 15
Reserved
-
11
Spansion S26KS512S
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
READY; 1=Ready/Busy transition
not transition INT# output
Reserved
Reserved
INT# Enable; 1=INT# disable
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Table 6-12: Security Register/ Interrupt Status Register
Register Bit
Bit0
Bit1
Bit2
Bit3
Macronix MX25UM51245G
Secured OTP; 1=factory lock
LDSO; 1=OTP lock down
PSB; 1=Program suspend
ESB; 1=Erase suspend
Bit4
Reserved
Bit5
Bit6
Bit7
Bit8 - 15
P_FAIL; 1=Program fail
E_FAIL; 1=Erase fail
WPSEL; 1=Individual WP
-
Spansion S26KS512S
Reserved
Reserved
POR detect; 1=POR has not occurred
Reserved
READY; 1=Ready/Busy transition has
not occurred
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Table 6-13: MX25UM51245G Configuration Register-2
Address
Register Bit
Symbol
00000000h
00000200h
00000300h
00000500h
40000000h
Bit0
Bit1
Bit2 – Bit7
Bit0
Bit1
Bit2 – Bit3
Bit4 – Bit6
Bit7
Bit0 – Bit2
Bit3 – Bit7
Bit0
Bit1 – Bit7
Bit0
Bit1
Bit2 – Bit7
SOPI; STR OPI Enable
DOPI; DTR OPI Enable
Reserved
DQSPRC; DTR DQS pre-cycle
DOS; DQS on STR mode
Reserved
DQSSKW; SIO to DQS skew
Reserved
DC; Dummy cycle
Reserved
PPTSEL; Preamable pattern selection
Reserved
DEFSOPI#; Enable SOPI after power on
DEFDOPI#; Enable DOPI after power on
Reserved
Define
00=SPI; 01=STR OPI
10=DTR OPI; 11=inhibit
1=1cycle
1=enable
00=inhibit; 01=default DOPI
10=default SOPI; 11=SPI
6-9. Manufacturer and Device Identification Numbers
Table 6-7 compares the Manufacturer and Device IDs returned by the RDID commands.
Table 6-14: Manufacturer and Device ID
Command Type
Macronix MX25UM51245G
RDID
C2h/80h/3Ah
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Spansion S26KS512S
0001h/007Eh/0070h
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7. Summary
The Macronix MX25UM51245G OctaFlash and Spansion S26KS512S both support an Octa I/O interface.
Additionally, the supported 24-BGA package are expected to have similar footprints and nearly identical pin
out definitions. Software modification will be needed to accommodate differences in the Octa I/O protocol,
differences in status and configuration register bit assignments and the commands used to access them. A
more detailed analysis should be done if functions such as Advanced Sector Protection, or DTR are used.
8. References
Table 8-1 shows the datasheet versions used for comparison in this application note. For the most current,
detailed specification, please refer to the Macronix Website at: http://www.macronix.com
Table 8-1: Datasheet Version
Datasheet
MX25UM51245G
Location
Website
S26KS512S
Website
Data Issued
Oct. 02, 2015
Version
Rev. 0.04
Jul. 24, 2015
Rev. C
9. Appendix
Table 9-1 shows the basic part number and package information cross reference between
Macronix MX25UM51245G and Spansion S26KS512S parts.
Table 9-1: Part Number Cross Reference
Density
512Mb(1)
Macronix Part No.
Dimension
MX25UM51245GXDI0A
Spansion Part No.
S26KS512SDPBHI02
Package
(1)
24-BGA
5x5 ball
MX25UM51245GXDI1A
(1)
S26KS512SDPBHI02
24-BGA
5x5 ball
Note:
1. 0A: default SPI mode; 1A: default DOPI mode;
10. Revision History
Revision
1.0
P/N: AN-0428
Description
Initial Release
13
Date
Jan. 01, 2016
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APPLICATION NOTE
Comparing Spansion S26KS512S with Macronix MX25UM51245G
Except for customized products which have been expressly identified in the applicable agreement,
Macronix's products are designed, developed, and/or manufactured for ordinary business, industrial,
personal, and/or household applications only, and not for use in any applications which may, directly or
indirectly, cause death, personal injury, or severe property damages. In the event Macronix products are
used in contradicted to their target usage above, the buyer shall take any and all actions to ensure said
Macronix's product qualified for its actual use in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations; and
Macronix as well as it’s suppliers and/or distributors shall be released from any and all liability arisen
therefrom.
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tradename thereof, such as Macronix, MXIC, MXIC Logo, MX Logo, Integrated Solutions Provider, NBit,
Nbit, NBiit, Macronix NBit, eLiteFlash, HybridNVM, HybridFlash, XtraROM, Phines, KH Logo, BE-SONOS,
KSMC, Kingtech, MXSMIO, Macronix vEE, Macronix MAP, Rich Au-dio, Rich Book, Rich TV, and FitCAM.
The names and brands of third party referred thereto (if any) are for identification purposes only.
For the contact and order information, please visit Macronix’s Web site at: http://www.macronix.com
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