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dynamic RAM

n. Computers
A form of computer memory that stores information as electrical charge in arrays of capacitors dependent on a power source.
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RDRAM is faster than both SDRAM and DDR SDRAM but comes with a price premium, resulting in PCs commanding about $100 more than similarly equipped non-RDRAM machines.
Until recently, SDRAM technology was a vision for the PC market, with analysts and manufacturers alike anticipating that SDRAM would be the future standard for PC memory.
While the Court denied Rambus' request for injunctive relief, it did order Rambus and Hynix to negotiate the terms of a compulsory license to allow Hynix to continue to make, use, and sell SDR SDRAM and DDR SDRAM products.
We continue to lead the industry in DDR SDRAM technology development and system implementation.
Until recently, SDRAM technology was a vision for the PC market, with many analysts and manufacturers alike anticipating that SDRAM would be the future standard for PC memory.
DDR3 is the latest SDRAM technology with significantly higher data bandwidth and improved power saving over the previous SDRAM generations.
As the newest addition to Samsung's DDR SDRAM portfolio, the 400Mbps (200MHz) DDR devices are ideal for use as PC system main memory, offering three times the performance of Single-Data-Rate PC 133 SDRAM and 50 percent more bandwidth than mainstream DDR266.
The Commission determined that its remedy would not apply to DDR2 SDRAM or other post-DDR JEDEC standards.
5V 2 Meg x 32 BAT-RAM SDRAM devices (MT48V2M32LFFC) and 3.
A 1-Gigabit and 512-Megabit DDR2 SDRAM using 70nm process technology can be used in many applications, including high-end servers that need to process large amounts of data, high-performance mobile equipment, high definition digital TVs, next-generation DVD recorders, digital single-lens reflex cameras and other digital consumer equipment that must have advanced image processing capabilities.
The MTH is only used with motherboards utilizing SDRAM and the Intel 820 Chipset.
All DDR/DDR2 SDRAM chip designs require close integration of the physical interface (PHY) with both the chip process and the memory controller core in order to meet tight memory timing requirements.