White offers ceramic synchronous SRAM

Officials of White Microelectronics in Phoenix are unveiling a synchronous static random access memory (SSRAM) module in a ceramic package. The new SSRAM, which operates on a 3.3-volt power supply, is for memory-intensive mission-critical systems such as avionics, radar, missiles, and satellites, White officials say. Available in commercial, industrial, and military temperature ranges, the new module has a 5-volt-tolerant common-data I/O, individual byte write control, write pass-through capabil

Aug 1st, 1998

Officials of White Microelectronics in Phoenix are unveiling a synchronous static random access memory (SSRAM) module in a ceramic package. The new SSRAM, which operates on a 3.3-volt power supply, is for memory-intensive mission-critical systems such as avionics, radar, missiles, and satellites, White officials say. Available in commercial, industrial, and military temperature ranges, the new module has a 5-volt-tolerant common-data I/O, individual byte write control, write pass-through capability, and burst-control pins for interleaved or linear burst. These SSRAM modules are available from stock to eight weeks, and cost $550 in lots of 100. For more i nformation, contact White`s Robert Barney by phone at 602-437-1520, by fax at 602-437-9120, by e-mail at info@whitemicro.com, by post at 3601 E. University Drive, Phoenix, Ariz. 85034, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.whitemicro.com/. - J.K.

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