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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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2003-07-18 JVC selects LSI processor for recorder design
JVC has selected LSI Logic's DiMeNsion (DMN-8600) DVD system recorder processor for its latest dual-format DVD-RAM and DVD-RW recorder.
2006-02-23 Japanese trio unleash revised SRAM spec
Toshiba, NEC Electronics and Fujitsu have announced the 4th revision of their standard interface specification for pseudo SRAM known as COSMORAM Rev. 4.
2006-02-20 Japanese trio announces COSMORAM Rev. 4
Toshiba, NEC and Fujitsu announced that they have reached an agreement on standard interface specifications known as COSMORAM Rev. 4 for PSRAM for use in mobile devices.
2002-10-03 ISSI SRAMs reduce power rating in half
Integrated Silicon Solution's IS61LV12816L and IS61LV2568L 2MB ASRAMs feature an access time of 8ns, while consuming <50mA active power.
2002-05-23 ISSI ships MCPs in Fujitsu's FBGA technology
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has announced the shipment of a family of stacked multichip packaged (MCP) modules that uses Fujitsu Ltd's FBGA packaging technology.
2002-06-11 ISSI rolls 64Mb SDRAM
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has introduced the IS42S32200A 64Mb SDRAM that operates at clock speeds of up to 200MHz.
2002-10-17 ISSI MCP combines Flash, PSRAM
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has released two MCPs that combine a 64Mb NOR-type Flash memory with a 16Mb or 32Mb PSRAM.
2002-04-10 ISSI deploys SigmaRAMs on 0.135m CMOS process
Claimed to be the first SigmaRAM devices to be manufactured using 0.135m CMOS with copper process, Integrated Silicon Solution Inc.'s SigmaRAM SRAMs consume 500mA during operation and are available in three different R/W protocol.
2002-03-21 ISSI asynchronous SRAMs operate up to 10ns
Integrated Silicon Solution's new line of 1Mb and 4Mb asynchronous SRAMs operate up to 10ns, and is targeted at applications requiring high-speed operation with low-power consumption.
2002-07-25 ISSI asynchronous SRAMs operate from 1.6V to 3.6V
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has announced the availability of its PowerSaver family of asynchronous SRAMs that operate from 1.6V to 3.6V.
2003-05-02 ISSI asynchronous SRAMs offer 20ns access times
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has announced the availability of the a pair of 1Mb asynchronous SRAMs that offer a access times of 20ns.
2003-02-20 ISSI ASRAMs feature 8ns access time
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. has announced the availability of the industry's first 8Mb ASRAMs that operate in the 3.3V range.
2013-07-26 iPad sales down to all-time low, says analyst
The iPad mini's shipments dropped to 14.6 million units in Q2 compared with 19.5 million units in Q1, falling to an historically low 35 per cent market share, stated WitsView.
2005-08-08 Introduction to Programmable Systems-on-a-Chip
There are a variety of programmable SoCs complete with underlying architectures and technologies. Tradeoffs exist between different programmable SoC devices.
2003-04-30 Interfacing the X24C44/45 NOVRAMs to the Motorola 6805 microcontroller using the SPI port
This application note presents a code that demonstrates how the X24C44/45 serial NOVRAMs can be interfaced to Motorola 6805 microcontroller using the SPI port.
2002-12-05 Input buffering needs for the pdsp16510
This article describes the input buffering needs of the PDSP16510.
2006-09-19 Inotera optimistic for DRAM market
Inotera Memories shared that it is optimistic for the DRAM market up to 2008. The company has confirmed its plan of advancing the passage of budget for second-stage capacity expansion at its second 12inch fab.
2002-01-08 Innovative Microdevices SRAM module touts 10-year data retention
The IMI265 8Kb no-power (NP) SRAM module features a built-in miniature lithium battery that facilitates battery retention in the absence of a regular power supply.
2003-08-18 Infrastructure ASICs drive high-performance memory decisions
Only by starting with the customers' requirements and then applying a strong in-house library and engineering team can the memory challenges of the largest and fastest ASICs can be addressed.
2003-02-19 Infineon, Toshiba develop 32Mb FRAM
Infineon Technologies and Toshiba Corp. have developed a 32Mb ferroelectric RAM solution.
2004-06-28 Infineon, still in DRAM business, looks to recover its memory
Reaffirming its commitment to the memory business, Infineon Technologies AG flew in reporters from around the world to Dresden Tuesday, June 22, 2004 to highlight the breadth of its next-generation memory technology development - including the world's first 16Mb magnetoresistive RAM it recently developed with IBM.
2004-06-30 Infineon, IBM unveil MRAM prototype
Infineon and IBM presented one of the most advanced prototype of a computer memory to date - a 16Mb Magneto-resistive RAM (MRAM) prototype.
2003-05-07 Infineon, Cypress, Micron rolls out 32Mb CellularRAM products
Infineon Technologies AG, together with Cypress Semiconductor Corp. and Micron Technology Inc., is sampling 32Mb CellularRAM devices.
2002-02-12 Infineon samples low-latency DRAMs aimed at networking
Signaling its readiness to fight for the networking market, Infineon Technologies AG said it would start sampling its flavor of low-latency DRAM chips Monday (Feb. 11).
2002-08-07 Infineon ramps up 256Mb mobile DRAM production
Infineon Technologies AG has announced that it has began production of its 256Mb Mobile-RAM device that has half the size and power consumption of conventional SDRAMs and DRAMs.
1999-10-01 Improving memory access timing in Z182 applications
This application note demonstrates the calculations of both ROM and RAM access timing, and provide examples of a conventional processor/memory interface design for V.FAST modem with processing speeds approaching 33MHz.
2000-09-08 Improving memory access timing in Z182 applications
This application note demonstrates the calculations of both ROM and RAM access timing, provides examples of a conventional processor/memory interface design, and presents an alternate approach to processor/memory design.
2005-07-01 Implementing high-performance DSPs using low-cost FPGAs
Low-cost FPGAs are optimized to provide high area efficiency when implementing signal-processing functions
2000-05-03 Implementing 66MHz-64bit PCI with an FPGA
This paper will illustrate how to use SX-A FPGAs to implement the CorePCI 66MHz-64bit Target+DMA design, a high-performance design that currently cannot be realized with any other FPGA architecture.
2015-10-26 Impact of wearables, IoT on electronic design
Today's IoT and wearable products must deliver ever-increasing capabilities in smaller packages with more aerodynamic shapes. Engineers will need all the help they can get.
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