As processes shrink below 28 nm, large-scale SRAM provides a useful solution for memory hungry enterprise systems and multimedia SoCs.
If you’re working on multimedia SoCs or enterprise storage, you're probably running into memory challenges. Sure, embedded DRAM is an option but as designs move to 28 nm, you might be looking for an alternative. Ultra-high-density, single-port SRAM provides a useful option.
Want to find out more? The folks at Synopsys are hosting a webinar later this month on their 16 Mb single-port SRAM, which allows you to embed large monolithic memory blocks on chip.
Topics covered in the hour-long webinar include:
- How combining innovative power management schemes with TSMC certified bitcells delivers a compelling alternative to embedded DRAM
- Ways to improve system performance when dealing with spatially disparate accesses in large memory
Interested? Register here
A Large Capacity SRAM Alternative to Embedded DRAM
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