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Application Specific DRAMs

DRAMs have historically been high volume, standard, commodity memories. Today with many high volume applications having differing requirements, DRAMs are becoming more application specific. This talk discusses a variety of application specific DRAMs including: those with high speed interfaces such as the DDR and DDRII SDRAM; DRAMs with low power internal design techniques for use in battery operated systems; DRAMs with graphics enhancements such as high speed point-to-point interfaces and various internal graphics functions; DRAMs for networking such as ternary CAMs, SRAM look-alike DRAMs with pseudo-static operation for both high performance networking and battery operated asynchronous and synchronous applications; and low voltage power supply DRAMs.


About the Speaker

Betty Prince

Betty Prince is CEO of Memory Strategies International and is author of the books: "Emerging Memories Technologies and Trends" (Kluwer Academic, 2002), "High Performance Memories" (John Wiley & Sons, 1999), and Semiconductor Memories, 2nd Ed." (John Wiley & Sons, 1992). Prior to founding MSI in 1994, she worked in memory engineering and marketing management at TI, Motorola, Philips, RCA, and Fairchild.
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