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Thanks for the memories

Choosing the right sram architecture for peak performance. By Karl Etzel.

Designers traditionally think of static ram, or sram, in its most basic form – a single ported, single clock domain device. When more performance is needed, designers typically seek higher clock speeds and wider buses. But these are not the only way to increase performance. An emphasis on developing memories for communications systems has turned the focus to bandwidth, as opposed to clock speed.

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