SRAM


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SRAM

 (ĕs′răm′)
n.
Static RAM.
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In addition to acting as a standard SRAM, the product includes an internal voltage monitor to lock out low voltage access and protect stored data.
FRAM provides nonvolatile data retention comparable to that of other nonvolatile memory technologies, while eliminating the reliability concerns, functional disadvantages and system design complexities of battery-backed SRAM (BBSRAM).
With the advent of packet switched next generation networks (NGN), telecom operators across the globe are increasingly opting for SRAM based high-performance networking and telecommunication equipment.
Quad data rate (QDR) and Double Data rate (DDR) families of SRAM with concurrent read/write capability can meet this challenge for high density memory that is capable of high speeds.
to purchase asynchronous FAST or Low Power SRAMS at info@alliancememory.
3V and 5V asynchronous SRAMS used with mainstream digital signal processors (DSPs) and microcontrollers.
MCP products enable portable device manufacturers to create smaller, high-performance products by incorporating the Flash and SRAM in one package, thereby conserving board space and increasing performance.
13, 2007 should read: Renesas Technology and Matsushita Develop Technique for Stabilizing the Operation of On-Chip SRAM Manufactured with 45nm Process Generation Bulk CMOS (sted Renesas Technology and Matsushita Develop Technique for Stablizing the Operation of On-Chip SRAM Manufactured with 45nm Process Generation Bulk CMOS).
SRAM is known to operate faster than DRAM and is preferred in high-speed applications such as level 1 cache where the speed of SRAM is required.
By combining NanoAmp's class-leading ULP SRAM technology with our ULP mixed-signal and digital signal processing capabilities, we are able to enhance our core competencies and strengthen our leadership position in the implantable medical market," stated Christine King, president and CEO of AMI Semiconductor.
today announced the development of a technique that enables stable operation of an SRAM (Static Random Access Memory) produced with a 65nm (65-nanometer) manufacturing process.
Data transfer from SRAM to Flash, 1024 bits at a time, was demonstrated, with a low programming current measured at 1.