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Rethinking embedded memory

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1/9/2012 02:07 AM EST

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AKablanian
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re: Rethinking embedded memory
AKablanian   1/12/2012 3:31:54 AM
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You will find answers by visiting www.memoir-systems.com website and reading the white paper written by Sundar Iyer.

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ALAN.MIMMS   1/9/2012 9:50:37 PM
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I don't dispute the content of this article - statements here are quite learned and valid. The problem is that it's just asking questions. It's clear we architects need new solutions. What is not clear is how those multi-port memories will work, and there's nothing in this article to state anything other than the obvious need.

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