Module Boosts Embedded Memory Capacity By 300%

Nov. 1, 2001
The ZXE-486MEM memory extension module is reported to boost the memory capacity of existing embedded processor boards by 300% or more without modifying the board. The stackable module interfaces with EPROM sockets on the system board, increasing EPROM

The ZXE-486MEM memory extension module is reported to boost the memory capacity of existing embedded processor boards by 300% or more without modifying the board. The stackable module interfaces with EPROM sockets on the system board, increasing EPROM capacity from 8 MB to 22 MB. The concept may also be applied to other boards with IC memory sockets as well. For further information, options and prices, call ZENDEX, Dublin, CA. (925) 828-3000.

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