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This allows equipment manufacturers to develop higher performance, lower cost, and lower power communications systems than they could with memory chips used in personal computers, such as Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory (DDR SDRAM) and Synchronous Static Random Access Memory (SSRAM).
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today that it has developed a synchronous static random access memory (SRAM) capable of high-speed 500-MHz operation and nearly 100 times more resistant to the cosmic-ray-induced soft errors (1) that plague users of mobile computers during airplane flights.
today announced shipment of 8Meg synchronous static random access memory (SRAM) samples to customers for engineering evaluation.