Memoir Systems has announced the availability of Renaissance™4X. This is based upon their Algorithmic Memory® technology which is claimed to increases the memory performance of existing embedded memory macros by delivering up to a 4X increase in memory operations per second (MOPS). In addition, it may eliminate the need to build custom multiport memories and can reduce area and power requirements by up to 60% compared to conventional physical multiport implementations. They utilize algorithms synthesized in hardware to increase the performance of existing embedded memory macros. Renaissance 4X can generate memories with any read/write combinations for up to four active ports, achieving 4000 MOPS in a 28nm process.
Renaissance 4X alleviates the need for custom memory solutions and creates a versatile memory portfolio offering of six multiport memory generators that cater to different memory requirements and application needs. Memoir’s product uses standard 6T BIST and DFT methodologies, contains RTL that has been exhaustively verified using formal methodologies, and does not require silicon validation. Through this combination of benefits, Renaissance 4X provides a significant time-to-market advantage, lowers product development cost and reduces risk. With Renaissance 4X, customers have flexibility and options not available with custom memory solutions.
Pricing and Availability
Renaissance 4X Generators are available now and list pricing starts at $500,000 plus royalties. Brian Bailey
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