Cypress Introduces World's First 128-Mbit, 64-Mbit and 32-Mbit Low-Power Asynchronous SRAMs with 32-bit Bus Widths.
New Wider SRAMs
Enable Higher System Performance When Interfacing with DSPs, FPGAs or Microcontrollers/Microprocessors of Identical Bus Width
Cypress is the industry leader in low-power SRAMs, with portfolios that range from 4-Kbit to 128-Mbit densities. The new 128-Mbit (CY62192ESL), 64-Mbit (CY62182ESL) and 32-Mbit (CY62172ESL) MoBL devices offer 32-bit I/O configuration with 55-ns access time (TAA) and a wide voltage range of 1.7V to 5.5V. These low-power asynchronous SRAMs are available in a RoHS-compliant 119-BGA package with a footprint of 14.0 x 22.0 x 2.4 mm and are fabricated using Cypress's high-performance, 90-nanometer R95(tm) CMOS technology.
In applications that require large amount of data transfer between an SRAM and a controller, including image, audio, video and gaming applications, throughput is a major performance factor, said Sunil Thamaran, Senior Director of the Asynchronous Memory Business Unit at Cypress. By introducing these new 32-bit wide SRAM devices, Cypress demonstrates its strong commitment to address advanced performance requirements in this market space. We have also started development of our next generation of high-performance asynchronous memory products in 65-nm technology that will further reduce power consumption and add advanced features including ECC.
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