I'M Intelligent Memory announces the release of new 256 and 512 Megabit SDRAM chips
The SDRAM product capacities range from 256 to 512 Megabits per chip, and operate on a standard supply-voltage of 3.3 Volt. The pin-outs, timings, and functionalities are JEDEC-compliant. I'M offers its new SDRAM products in commercial or industrial temperature ranges, and in addition to the standard 54 Pin TSOP-II package for SDRAM, all products are also orderable in a very small 8x8mm 54 ball FBGA package. The 256 Megabit product is available in x8 and x16 configurations, while the 512 Megabit product is only offered as a x16.
3.3 Volt SDRAMs have become increasingly rare in the memory market although many applications will continue to rely upon the availability of SDRAM technology for years to come. And with the recent 'end of life' announcement of 512 Megabit SDRAM chips from Micron, a lack of supply has already begun to affect the industry. Fortunately, I'M Intelligent Memory 256Mbit and 512Mbit SDRAM devices arrive in the market at just the appropriate time, with the promise of stable revisions and continued support of SDRAM technology for the foreseeable future
For more information, or to access datasheets and request samples, please visit www.intelligentmemory.com.
I'M Intelligent Memory
I'M Intelligent Memory is a Hong Kong based joint-venture of industry experts and companies with one common mindset: "Making innovative and better DRAM memory products that meet the future demands of our industry with the highest capacities, quality and longevity." I'M Intelligent Memory is a fabless DRAM manufacturer and offers a set of memory DRAM products going beyond standards by doubling memory capacity, increasing temperature ranges, offering higher reliability and extending long-term-availability.
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