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SRAMs Increase Access Speed And Lower Power Dissipation

The IS61LV12816L and IS61LV2568L 2-Mb asynchronous SRAMs claim significantly lower power ratings than comparable devices while providing an access time of 8 ns. The devices typically consume less than 50 mA when active and less than 500 µA in standby. Offered in x16 and x8 versions, the IS61LV12816L and IS61LV2568L operate from a 3.3V power supply and are available for operation over the industrial temperature range. Said to be suitable for use in conjunction with digital signal processors, targeted applications include high-speed networks such as WLAN, VOIP, switches, routers, DSLAM, as well as telecommunication applications, including set-top boxes, cable modems, IP phones, and DSL modems. The devices are also suited for industrial applications and PC peripherals, such as tape drives. The new high-speed, low power SRAMs are available housed in 44-pin TSOPII, 44-pin LQFP, and 48-ball mini BGA packages and are priced at $2.50 each/10K. INTEGRATED SILICON SOLUTION INC., Santa Clara, CA. (408) 969-4675.


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