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What is RAM?
Random access memory or RAM is a group of memory chips, which serve as the computer's primary workspace. RAM also denotes a read/write memory.
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2006-10-16 MRAM joins memory market
With comparative advantages over other memory options, magnetoresistive RAM is expected to be the 'universal memory' of the future.
2004-07-08 MRAM developers on target for rollout within 2004
Near the end of the 1990s, a flurry of announcements promised a 2004 rollout for a radical approach to memory chip technology based on manipulating electron spin.
2001-05-08 Moving data across asynchronous clock boundaries
Reduce data validity and timing problems without reducing data rates through careful design at the interfaces.
2002-06-15 Motorola develops 1Mb MRAM chip
2002-06-11 Motorola adopts Cadence AMS Designer for next-gen SoC designs
Cadence Design Systems Inc. has signed an agreement with Motorola to provide the latter's Semiconductor Products Sector division with the Cadence AMS Designer simulation tool suite, which will be used for next-generation SoC designs.
2008-10-31 Mosaid, Powerchip end DRAM patent feud
Mosaid Technologies Inc. and Taiwan's Powerchip Semiconductor Corp. have settled their patent infringement litigation and signed a patent license agreement.
2006-12-05 Mosaid acquires PSRAM patent portfolio
Mosaid Technologies Inc. has acquired a portfolio of pseudo-SRAM (PSRAM) technology, consisting of three U. S. patents, three Taiwan patents and three Korea patents.
2000-11-01 Monta Vista enhances browser
The rapidly expanding use of Linux in embedded applications means that developers have to figure out how to use open-source software, developed for resource-rich desktop PCs and servers, in resource-constrained embedded systems.
2002-06-21 Micron samples 143MHz SyncFlash memory
Micron Technology Inc. has announced that it is sampling its second-generation 64Mb SyncFlash device that features a 143MHz SDRAM interface and 2Mx32 and 4Mx16 configuration.
2003-01-06 Micron demonstrates 0.11?m-manufactured DDR SDRAM
Micron Technology has demonstrated its 1Gb DDR SDRAM offering manufactured using the 0.11?m process technology.
2004-07-30 Micron begins sampling 128Mb PSRAMs
Micron announced sample availability of a 128Mb burst CellularRAM device incorporating a v1.5 feature set.
2002-06-03 Mentor Graphics Calibre to be integrated into TI's SoC designs
Texas Instruments is integrating Mentor Graphics Corp.'s Calibre physical verification tool suite to its ASIC, logic, mixed-signal and analog semiconductor processes.
2002-08-15 MEN PC-MIP mezzanine card delivers FRAM
MEN Micro Inc.'s mezzanine card for the new PCI-based PC-MIP mezzanine standard can provide up to 512KB of NVFRAM without needing a battery.
2008-07-10 Memristors ready for 2009 debut
The fourth passive circuit in electronic circuit theory, memristor, has moved a step closer to prototyping with the harnessing of a substrate material that could yield a new memory device by 2009.
2002-12-19 Memory sector drives semiconductor market in '02
Worldwide DRAM revenue reached $16.2 billion in 2002, a 36.7 percent increase from 2001, according to preliminary statistic released by Dataquest Inc.
2002-11-01 Memory options explode for network processors
This article talks about how designers accurately match the design requirements against the memory's characteristics.
2010-08-16 Memory family offers maintenance-free enterprise data integrity
The Agigaram product family merges NAND Flash, DRAM and a battery-free ultracapacitor power source into a non-volatile memory system that delivers data transfer speeds up to 1,333MTps.
2014-12-18 Measuring RTOS performance
There are three areas of interest if you are looking at the performance and usage characteristics of an RTOS. This article tackles these areas in detail.
2013-03-13 MCUs geared for industrial, smart metering apps
Renesas' 32bit RX63N/RX631 groups offer up to 256KB embedded RAM, doubling today's available RAM size of 128KB.
2010-03-04 MCUs consume 180?A/MHz in active mode
From Energy Micro come the ARM Cortex-M3-based EFM32 Tiny Gecko microcontrollers that have active mode current consumption typically 180?A/MHz executing code from flash.
This application note outlines the design used on the Fujitsu SPARClite Evaluation Board to interface the MB86930 with the DRAM subsystem. The main objective of the paper is to show the simplicity of the external design requirements, while achieving high performance of three CPU cycle page mode access at 40MHz.
2003-05-12 Maxwell SDRAM is space-qualified
Maxwell Technologies' 256Mb SDRAM is touted as the first space-qualified, die-based SDRAM module.
2004-03-12 Matsushita to offer Blu-ray Disk recorders by July
Matsushita Electric said it will join Sony in July as the second manufacturer to offer Blu-ray disk recorders.
2010-08-23 MagSil turns MIT license into marketable MRAM
The company is using what it calls magnetic recording cell architecture to develop magnetoresistive RAM, the structure of which appears to be based on a traditional magnetic tunnel junction scheme.
2006-05-17 Magnetic metrology system accelerates storage devices development
KLA-Tencor unveiled the MRW3, its third-generation magnetic metrology system for the hard disk drive and semiconductor memory markets.
2005-11-18 M-Systems, Infineon sign supply agreement
M-Systems and Infineon Technologies AG have signed an agreement on the supply of low-power Mobile-RAM for mobile devices.
2008-06-03 LSI integrates embedded FRAM, EMI protection
Fujitsu Microelectronics Ltd has expanded its product line of spread-spectrum clock generators with the MB88R157 that provides countermeasures against EMI on high-frequency clock signals.
2009-05-20 LatticeECP3 memory usage guide
This technical application note discusses memory usage for the LatticeECP3 family of FPGA devices. It is intended to be used by design engineers as a guide to integrating the Embedded Block RAM (EBR)- and PFU-based memories for this device family in ispLEVER.
2006-11-03 Kingston offers full production of 2Gbyte SO-DIMMs
Kingston Technology recently announced it is offering a full production launch of 2Gbyte 533MHz and 667MHz ValueRAM SO-DIMMs concurrent with the release of new 800MHz ValueRAM SO-DIMMs.
2004-09-01 Key bricks in building trusted computing
Trusted computing is set to become a major issue as computers become more vulnerable--in a world becoming more hostile.
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