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Harness speed, performance, signal integrity, and low current advantages of 65nm QDR family SRAMs

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Sator
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re: Harness speed, performance, signal integrity, and low current advantages of 65nm QDR family SRAMs
Sator   4/4/2011 11:29:02 AM
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What about QDRIII and compatibility with the GSI package with improved signal integrity?

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re: Harness speed, performance, signal integrity, and low current advantages of 65nm QDR family SRAMs
sheila_NGC   9/2/2010 8:39:39 PM
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The leakage curren on the 65nm is higher than 90nm. How is the power with 65nm lower than 90nm specially when you have the termination resistors built in to the chip? Sheila Follett

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re: Harness speed, performance, signal integrity, and low current advantages of 65nm QDR family SRAMs
lifewingmate   8/31/2010 6:52:55 AM
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I would like to know more about the circumstances and parameters of data collection/measurement resulting in the detailed Table 1. In addition, I would like to see some examples, such as case studies, of successful integrations. Finally, I want to know how this affects the performance of related industrial, commercial, and consumer products. Does this make our plans fly more intuitively? I'm also interested in how these hardware changes affect the existing firmware.

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