The IS25LP family is loaded with enhanced super-set features compared to a standard serial flash. The IS25LP products supports multiple interfaces such as standard SPI, Fast, Dual, Dual I/O, QPI, DTR, Dual DTR I/O, and QPI DTR, with SFDP. In-order to enhance the XIP feature, the dummy cycles are configurable. The other superset features are programmable drive strength, 4x256-Byte OTP area, and a factory programmable 128 bit Unique ID and flexibility of sector granularities of 4KB, 32KB, and 64KB.

Devices are currently sampling in 8-SOIC 208mil and 16-SOIC 300mil packages. Other packages include 8-VSOP 208mil, WSON 6x5mm, and WSON 8x6mm, will be available in Q3/14. All devices currently support Extended grade temperatures of -40 to 105°C with Automotive grade devices- up to 125°C in Q3/14. For KGD and WLCSP packages email:

About ISSI

ISSI is a fabless semiconductor company that designs and markets high performance integrated circuits for the following key markets: (i) automotive, (ii) communications, (iii) industrial, medical, and military, and (iv) digital consumer. ISSI's primary products are high speed and low power SRAM and low and medium density DRAM. ISSI also designs and markets NOR flash products and high performance analog and mixed signal integrated circuits. ISSI is headquartered in Silicon Valley with worldwide offices in Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, China, Europe, Hong Kong, India, and Korea. Visit our website at
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