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synchronous link DRAM (SLDRAM)

Synchronous LinkDRAM (SLDRAM) are extremely fast, synchronous dynamic RAMs. SLDRAMs use multiplexing technology to increase the bandwidth on each pin.

Synchronous Link DRAM is an improved version of Synchronous Dynamic RAM( SDRAM) with a multiplexed bus for data transfer. Developed in 1996, SLDRAMs are said to achieve extremely high data transfer rates of 1.6 GB/s to as high as 3 GB/s. This protocol-oriented technology is similar to Rambus technology, but it is not patented and therefore license-free.

These 64-Mbit memory chips have 64 pins, operate at a clock frequency of 400 MHz and are used in high- performance PCs and servers.

Englisch: synchronous link DRAM - SLDRAM
Updated at: 27.12.2011
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Links: synchronous, multiplexing, bandwidth (BW), pin, dynamic random access memory (DRAM)
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