EDRAM


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EDRAM

EDRAM

(1) (Enhanced DRAM) A high-speed DRAM chip developed by Ramtron International Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. It allowed overlap of a read at the trailing end of a write operation to obtain its speed.

(2) (Enhanced DRAM) A dynamic RAM memory that contains a small amount of static RAM. Same as CDRAM.
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