SLDRAM


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SLDRAM

(Synchronous Link DRAM) An enhanced version of SDRAM memory that uses a multiplexed bus to transfer data to and from the chips rather than fixed pin settings. Similar to Rambus DRAM (RDRAM), but not proprietary, SLDRAM never came to fruition. In 1999, the SLDRAM consortium turned itself into the short-lived Advanced Memory International to support DDR SDRAM. See RDRAM, SDRAM and AMI2.
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SLDRAM is a "joint effort" DRAM consortium that may be another competitor with Rambus.
Only companies that make major investments now in new equipment, technology, and personnel will be able to effectively provide virtual warehousing of SDRAMs, DDR, SLDRAM, and RDRAM memory modules as they emerge between now and the year 2000.
Comparisons DDR Concurrent Direct SDRAM SDRAM SLDRAM RDRAM RDRAM RDRAM Peak 1.6 Bandwidth 125MB/sec 200MB/sec 400MB/sec 600MB/sec 600MB/sec GB/sec MHz 125MHz 200MHz 400MHz 600MHz 600MHz 800MHz Standard SLDRAM Body JDEC JDEC Consortium Rambus Rambus Rambus Availability 1997 1998 1999 1995 1997 1999 Voltage 3.3V 3.3V 2.5V 3.3V 3.3V 2.5V Source: Toshiba and Rambus