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SRAM boasts transaction rate of 2132 million per second

Posted: 02 Apr 2014 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SRAM? Cypress? random transaction rate?

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation has developed what it claims is the industry's first quad data rate IV (QDR-IV) SRAM that can deliver up to 2,132 million transactions per second (MT/s)a random transaction rate (RTR) that enables the processing of look-up tables, statistics, state counters, and scheduling functions stored in memory.

QDR-IV SRAM is capable of operating in burst-of-two or banked burst-of-two modes, which deliver the fastest clock speeds and highest RTR of all QDR SRAMs. The banked burst-of-two operating mode operates at a maximum frequency of 1,066MHz with an RTR of 2,132MT/s. The standard burst-of-two operating mode, on the other hand, can achieve a maximum frequency of 667MHz and an RTR of 1,334MT/s.

QDR-IV was developed in the QDR consortium, whose members jointly define SRAM standards to enable multiple sources and supply stability. The 144Mbit CY7C41xxKV and 72-Mbit CY7C40xxKV QDR-IV SRAMs are shipping in production quantities now, available in a 361-ball flip chip ball grid array (FCBGA) package.

Cypress QDR-IV

- Julien Happich
??EE Times Europe

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