memory interleaving


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memory interleaving

A category of techniques for increasing memory speed. For example, with separate memory banks for odd and even addresses, the next byte of memory can be accessed while the current byte is being refreshed.
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The 19-inch rack-mounted high-density server along with Intel's(R) new E7500 chipset, code named Plumas(R), utilizes a technology called memory interleaving to reduce the overall access time between the processor and memory.
Available as a floor-standing or rack-mount configuration, the ALR Revolution Quad6's system board supports up to four 200-MHz Pentium Pro processors with 512-KB of integrated cache per processor, true symmetrical multiprocessing, and 4:1 memory interleaving.
Available as a floor-standing or rack-mount configuration, the Revolution Quad6's ALR-designed system board supports up to four 200-MHz Pentium Pro processors with 512-KB of integrated cache per processor, true symmetrical multiprocessing and 4:1 memory interleaving.