Tokyo, Japan A 288-Mbit fast-cycle RAM (FCRAM) has been unleashed for networking applications. This device comes in three operating frequencies 250, 300, and 333 MHz. At 333 MHz, the device sports a 20-ns maximum random access time and a 666-Mbit/s data transfer rate. The part delivers a 4 Mwords x 4 banks x 18-bit configuration, a 2.5-V operating supply, and a 60-ball mBGA package.
Availability: Sampling in Oct 2002. Production in Q1 03
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