multiport memory

multiport memory

[′məl·tə‚pȯrt ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
A memory shared by many processors to communicate among themselves.
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Cypress is sampling 4-Mbit (CYD09S72V) and 9-Mbit (CYD04S72V) products rounding out a x72-bit-wide multiport memory portfolio that includes the 18-Mbit FLEx72 device, which is currently in production.
Cypress's multiport memory portfolio includes over one hundred synchronous and asynchronous dual-port RAMs that are used in a wide variety of applications, including wireless basestations, security and video-editing equipment.
Renaissance 4X alleviates the need for custom memory solutions and creates a versatile memory portfolio offering of six multiport memory generators that cater to different memory requirements and application needs.
Through extensive use of DMA and multiport memory, the computer board provides a fast and efficient flow of information among a LAN interface, SCSI interface and PCI bus.