Zentel Electronics was established in 2002 within the Powerchip group of companies, a major IC wafer foundry in Taiwan, as a DRAM design center with facilities in Japan and Taiwan.
Since 2006, Zentel took responsibility for all other manufacturing steps from design to quality assurance of packaged chips and focused on global sales in the DRAM markets for consumer, communications, industrial and automotive electronics. In 2009, the company was first certified to ISO9001:2008 / ISO14001:2004, and in the following years developed a full range of standard SDRAM ICs from 64Mb SDR versions to 8Gb DDR4 as Zentel Japan Corporation, with DRAM chip design in Japan and production in Taiwan with Powerchip Technology Corporation as process development partner and Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation as exclusive wafer foundry.
As a reliable supplier of older and newer generations of SDRAM ICs, Zentel also continues to pioneer Row-Hammer-protected DDR3 versions, which have been proven to safely prevent system disruption, spying, and network hijacking via infected websites by exploiting a DRAM-typical hardware weakness through integrated trapping circuitry.
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Synchronous DRAM is designed to process data at the same clock speed as the CPU, making it the core component used in high-speed processing of large volumes of data. Currently, usage of synchronous DRAM is expanding to various consumer electronics such as automotive, industrial, networking, DTV, DSC and STB.
SDRAM IC memory products include: