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the static random access memory (SRAM) market leader, today announced its radiation-hardened (RadHard) 72-Mbit Quad Data Rate II+ (QDR-II+) SRAMs and 4-Mbit fast asynchronous SRAMs have achieved Qualified Manufacturers List Class V and Class Q requirements the highest standards of quality and reliability for aerospace-grade ICs.
Inparticular, the combination of sub-1ns random cycle time, sub-6ns read latency, and high transaction rate capability available in the IVe quad data rate devices provides a level of performance that is essential for read-modify-write applications, such as counters and statistics, in today's 100G and 400G networking systems.
The double data rate, quad data rate and hybrid cables interconnect Pleiades' nodes with mass data storage systems and the hyperwall-2 visualization system.
EMCORE Connects Cables currently support 40 Gb/s Quad Data Rate (QDR), 20 Gb/s Double Data Rate (DDR) and 10 Gb/s Single Data Rate (SDR) and are available in lengths from 1 to 100 meters.
The Complaint, filed on July 22, 2011, charges Cypress with conducting an unlawful combination and conspiracy, by and through the QDR Consortium, to exclude GSI and other competitors from the market for high-performance static random access memory (SRAM) devices known as fast synchronous Quad Data Rate (or QDR) SRAMs and Double Data Rate (or DDR) SRAMs.
In a live demonstration, Quellan ran the InfiniBand(TM) signaling protocol over these links at the new 40 Gbps Quad Data Rate (QDR) speed.
0 controllers, TrueTouch([R]) controllers, next-generation Quad Data Rate and PSoC programmable system-on-chip products.
Double data rate (DDR) and quad data rate (QDR) and group of SRAM, with synchronized read/write capability, can meet this challenge for high-density memory that is capable of high speeds.