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Cypress rolls low-power, fast asynchronous SRAMs

Posted: 20 Apr 2009 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SRAM? wireless application? processor?

64Mbit MoBL SRAM

Cypress Semiconductor Corp. has added three new devices in its SRAM portfolio. The new 64Mbit MoBL (More Battery Life) SRAM, claimed to be dot be the highest-density low-power SRAM, is designed to extend battery life in high-end point-of-sale terminals, gaming applications, VoIP phones, handheld consumer and medical devices and more. The new 3- and 6Mbit fast asynchronous SRAMs interface with 24bit wide processors in audio processing, wireless and networking applications.

The CY62187EV30LL 64Mbit 3V MoBL SRAM offers a 4M x 16 configuration with typical ultralow standby current of 8?A and 55ns access time (taa). It is available in a RoHS compliant 48-BGA package with a footprint of 8mm x 9.5mm x 1.4mm, the smallest package option for a device of this density.

The CY7C1024DV33 3Mbit 3.3V SRAM offers a 128K x 24 configuration and the CY7C1034DV33 6-Mbit 3.3V SRAM offers a 256K x 24 configuration. Both devices offer 10ns access times and are available in RoHS compliant 119-BGA package options. The asynchronous SRAMs are fabricated using Cypress's high-performance, 90nm C9 CMOS technology.

"Cypress's continued investment in asynchronous SRAMs demonstrates our long term commitment to the SRAM market for years to come," said Badri Kothandaraman, VP of the asynchronous memory business unit at Cypress. "We are determined to enhance our leadership position in the SRAM market by launching new products that cater to a wide spectrum of applications."

The CY62187EV30LL 64Mbit MoBL SRAM is currently sampling, with production expected in June 2009. The CY7C1024DV33 3Mbit SRAM and CY7C1034DV33 6Mbit SRAM are in production and available today.

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