SANTA CLARA, Calif., 8 June 2010. QP Semiconductor in Santa Clara, Calif., is introducing the QP7024 and QP7025 dual-port static random-access memory chips (SRAMs) for high-speed and high-bandwidth military and aerospace applications using multi-processor based systems in military radar, flight computers, and military communications equipment.
These mil-spec SRAMs for embedded computing have dual-ported memory cells allowing simultaneous reads of the same memory location, and provide two independent ports with separate control, address, and I/O pins permitting independent access for read or write to any memory location. These aerospace and defense memory devices may be used as a stand-alone solution for x16 applications or combined to support 32 bit-wide systems using the MASTER/SLAVE feature.
These military and aerospace memory chips are available over the full military temperature range of -55 to 125 degrees Celsius at 35-, 45-, 55-, and 70-nanosecond speeds, and have 2 volt data retention and standard power selections. Both parts are packaged in ceramic 84-pin PGA and 84-pin ceramic quad flat-pack packages.
For more information contact QP Semiconductor, an e2v company, online at www.qpsemi.com.
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