March 5, 2012 -- The choice of the right synchronous static random access memory (SRAM) is crucial for networking applications that have increased bandwidth requirements for better system performance. System designers need to be aware of the features and advantages of different synchronous SRAMs technologies to make the right memory selection for their application.
Some of the critical factors that determine the right synchronous SRAM choice are density, latency, speed, read/write ratio, and power. By understanding how these factors impact performance, reliability, and cost, designers can select the optimal synchronous SRAM for their application.
By Jayasree Nayar. (Nayar is a Senior Staff Applications Engineer working in Cypress Semiconductor, Inc.'s Memory and Imaging Division.)
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