address interleaving

address interleaving

[′ad·res ‚in·tər′lēv·iŋ]
(computer science)
The assignment of consecutive addresses to physically separate modules of a computer memory, making possible the very-high-speed access of a sequence of contiguously addressed words, since all modules operate nearly simultaneously.
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DRAM operation support - supports all eDRAM communication requirements such as address interleaving, address multiplexing and auto refresh.