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Next generation SDRAM a solution for density dilemma

23 August 2006 News

AMIC Technology (AMIC) has released the A43L1616, a 32 Mb SDRAM. With this introduction, the company says that it offers designers a unique in-between solution in cost sensitive applications, allowing the possibility of an optimum density performance between the 1 M x 16 and the 4 M x 16 SDRAM. The A43L1616, 2 M x16 SDRAM is pin-compatible with any industry standard 4 M x 16 SDRAM. Hence, interchangeability of the TSOP54 type-2 Pb-free package is easy in existing designs, immediately reducing costs and power consumption, according to AMIC. The A43L1616, 2 M x 16 SDRAM is also available in -40-85°C temperature range as well as two clock speed options, 167 MHz and 143 MHz.



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