multiport memory

multiport memory

[′məl·tə‚pȯrt ′mem·rē]
(computer science)
A memory shared by many processors to communicate among themselves.
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Cypress is sampling 4-Mbit (CYD09S72V) and 9-Mbit (CYD04S72V) products rounding out a x72-bit-wide multiport memory portfolio that includes the 18-Mbit FLEx72 device, which is currently in production.
Cypress's multiport memory portfolio includes over one hundred synchronous and asynchronous dual-port RAMs that are used in a wide variety of applications, including wireless basestations, security and video-editing equipment.
One solution is to use multiport memory to implement the data memory.
In contrasting the Von Neumann, Harvard and multiport memory architectures, the Von Neumann architectures is clearly the most flexible but achieves the lowest perfomance, while the multiport memory is the least flexible but achieves the highest performance.