memory interleaving


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memory interleaving

A category of techniques for increasing memory speed. For example, with separate memory banks for odd and even addresses, the next byte of memory can be accessed while the current byte is being refreshed.
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The HP 9000 D-Class servers also feature HP's advanced 960MB/second runway processor memory bus and support up to 768MB of memory, 5TB of disk storage, 12-way memory interleaving, eight expansion slots and an aggregate I/O bandwidth of 320MB per second.
For additional performance, the system can be configured to support 2:I memory interleaving.
The CB3T, CB3Q, and CBT-C bus switch families optimize next-generation datacom, networking, computing, portable communications, and consumer electronic designs, by supporting both digital and analog applications, including PCI interface, USB interface, memory interleaving, bus isolation, and low- distortion signal gating.