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Webinar: System Design Strategies Combining Ultra-low Power Processors and Non-Volatile Memory for IoT, Portable, and Wearable Applications

Date : 2022/07/07
Location : Online
Place : Online
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With the growth of IoT, handhelds, and wearables, there is a broad trend towards ultra-low power (ULP) applications, where the key focus is on extending battery life.

This webinar, hosted by Macronix and NXP, will discuss with attendees in more detail, what is driving the industry-wide shift towards ultra-low power, and what the microprocessor and non-volatile memory (NVM) are doing to go beyond normal boundaries to meet these market demands.

Macronix is a leading integrated device manufacturer in the non-volatile memory (NVM) market, providing a full range of NOR Flash, NAND Flash, and ROM products. NXP offers a comprehensive portfolio of low power processors, microcontrollers and signature software built on a foundation of scalability, energy efficiency, security, machine learning and connectivity. It's what you need for empowered edge applications across IoT, industrial and automotive markets.


Attendees will learn:

  • The growth in the ULP microcontroller and NVM markets
  • Key market segments that will be the primary contributors to this growth
  • Why these market segments are driving the push towards low power
  • What microcontroller and NVM solution providers are doing to best address this market requirement
  • Design strategies being implemented to optimize power consumption


Omar Mohammed, Technical Marketing Manager, Macronix America
Omar is responsible for ecosystem, market, product, and business development at Macronix America. His previous roles include business management, project management, product development, and applications engineering. Omar holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, a BS degree in Computer Engineering, and a Minor in Technology Management at the University of California, Davis.

Eduardo Montanez, Director, Wearables and Personal Devices Market, Edge Processing Business, NXP
Eduardo Montanez received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering with a technical concentration in Computer Engineering and Integrated Electronics from the University of Texas at Austin. In the semiconductor industry for more than 20 years, Eduardo has focused on IoT edge processors in numerous roles including Systems & Architecture, Business Development, and Marketing. Currently, Eduardo is responsible for NXP’s global market strategy and growth with customers developing trackers, smartwatches, earbuds/headphones, e-readers, AR/VR products along with other wearable and personal devices.

About Macronix
Macronix, a leading integrated device manufacturer in the non-volatile memory (NVM) market, provides a full range of NOR Flash, NAND Flash, and ROM products. With its world-class R&D and manufacturing capability, Macronix continues to deliver high-quality, innovative and performance-driven products to its customers in the consumer, communication, computing, automotive, networking and other market segments. Find out more at