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Low-Voltage Register Chops DDR3 Memory Power In Half

Promising to slice register-power consumption by as much as 50%, the SSTE32882HL embarks as the industry’s first registered clock driver capable of standard and low-voltage operation for DDR3 memory modules. The register employs a unique lower-power architecture that, when coupled with a low-voltage supply, can reduce the register power consumption by nearly 50% versus standard voltage registers. A JEDEC-compliant integrated register and PLL for DDR3 RDIMMs, the device reportedly supports the industry’s widest range of operating clock speeds from DDR3-800 to DDR3-1600 across standard and low-voltage conditions. It also surpasses key requirements for clock dynamic offset, jitter, and setup time. Other features include expanded built-in test and debug capabilities. Currently sampling, the SSTE32882HL is available in a RoHS-compliant, 176-ball BGA package. INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC., Santa Clara, CA. (800) 345-7015.


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