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SRAM

[′es‚ram]
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This product drops directly into an SRAM design, allowing the easy replacement of undesirable battery-backed SRAM solutions.
In addition to acting as a standard SRAM, the product includes an internal voltage monitor to lock out low voltage access and protect stored data.
FRAM provides nonvolatile data retention comparable to that of other nonvolatile memory technologies, while eliminating the reliability concerns, functional disadvantages and system design complexities of battery-backed SRAM (BBSRAM).
The FM20L08 is a true surface-mount solution with no rework steps required for battery attachment and is highly resistant to negative voltage and undershoots that plague battery-backed SRAM.
The range of low power CMOS SRAM will be offered with an access time of 55ns.
Alliance Memory, Inc was founded in May 2006 with the acquisition of the Fast Asynchronous SRAM business unit from Alliance Semiconductor formerly of Santa Clara, California.
13, 2007 should read: Renesas Technology and Matsushita Develop Technique for Stabilizing the Operation of On-Chip SRAM Manufactured with 45nm Process Generation Bulk CMOS (sted Renesas Technology and Matsushita Develop Technique for Stablizing the Operation of On-Chip SRAM Manufactured with 45nm Process Generation Bulk CMOS).
The innovation is of considerable significance because SRAM is an essential on-chip function for SoCs and MPUs used in embedded control applications.
As LSI fabrication processes become finer, the increasing miniaturization causes greater variations of transistor characteristics, especially threshold voltage (Vth), which can disrupt SRAM operation.
QDR and Quad Data Rate SRAMs comprise a family of products developed by Cypress, IDT, NEC Electronics, Renesas and Samsung.
KSE:05930) today announced the release of the complete specification for Quad Data Rate(TM) II+ (QDRII+) and Double Data Rate II+ (DDRII+) SRAM (static random access memory) architectures.
The QDRII+ architecture leverages existing infrastructures to create higher performing products that meet changing customer bandwidth requirements," said Brian Metelak, SRAM marketing manager for Cypress.