HSINCHU, Taiwan, Nov. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Macronix International Co., Ltd. (TSE: 2337), a leading integrated device manufacturer of Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) products, today announced STMicroelectronics has adopted Macronix' solution and used its Flash memory products in ST's new STM32F767/769 microcontrollers Discovery Kit board with unique memory, graphics and communication peripherals. Macronix's Quad-SPI Flash memory MX25L51245G provides high read bandwidth to enable faster access times in high-performance embedded systems. The MX25L51245G Quad SPI NOR Flash memory leverages a 166-MHz Single Data Rate (SDR) mode or 100-MHz Double Transfer Rate (DTR) mode to deliver a read bandwidth of up to 100-MB/s that enables fast program execution for high-performance systems. Available in industry-standard compact 8-land WSON, 16-pin SOP, and 24-ball BGA packages, the device saves board space and simplifies layout. The device provides a 0.25ms 256-bytes-page program time or 0.16ms in factory-mode, increasing manufacturing throughput and enabling new data to be written quickly. Macronix MX25L51245G is manufactured on 55nm technology node with 10-years Macronix Product Longevity Program. ST's new STM32F767/769 microcontrollers (MCUs) bring ARM® Cortex® -M7 processing power and efficiency to a wider range of applications, including portable or wearable consumer devices, smart-building and industrial controllers, smart appliances, and personal or point-of-care medical equipment. The STM32F767/769 features 512KB of integrated RAM, as well as large 16KB Data and Instruction caches, while the Flexible Memory Controller (FMC) and Quad-SPI interface simplify off-chip memory expansion allowing practically unlimited application code size. "Finding a memory solution that allows the STM32F7 and our complete ecosystem to show off the full range of its exceptional performance and features is key to the success of our industry-leading family of MCUs and particularly to the highest-performance F7 series," said Renaud BOUZEREAU, MCU Marketing Manager, STMicroelectronics, who further comments that "Macronix's Quad- SPI Flash memory solution enabled our designers to operate the STM32 MCUs to their full capability."