EPROM


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  • noun

Synonyms for EPROM

(computer science) a read-only memory chip that can be erased by ultraviolet light and programmed again with new data

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In addition to its ability to be in-system programmed, the EPC2 features the highest density of any Altera EPROM.
Atmel, which was number four in the 1995 ratings, had a 37-percent growth from 1994 -- the largest one-year EPROM growth of the top suppliers.
The rapidly growing communications and transmission markets, led by devices for Internet use," explained Dirk Franklin, Atmel's EPROM product marketing manager, "require devices that offer high speed, and are available in volume production.
Michael Fliesler, Vice-President of Engineering, has over 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, with 20 years specialized in the field of FLASH, EPROM, and EEPROM development.
Headquartered in San Jose, California, with principal manufacturing facilities in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Atmel designs, develops, manufactures, and markets on a worldwide basis Flash, EEPROMs, and EPROMs, as well as programmable logic, microcontrollers, and application- specific devices.
8s are easily field upgradable by replacing an EPROM chip.
Its BIOS is stored in a 1MB EPROM, which comes pre-loaded with a ROM-DOS(TM) kernel to facilitate rapid implementation.
He joined Intel in 1982 as an EPROM reliability engineer and has since held a variety of technical and management roles, including positions as yield manager, design manager, and Q&R manager.
Macronix produces Flash, EPROM and Masked ROM devices in multiple 6 and 8 inch fabrication facilities with design geometries down to 0.
For the very first time, small to medium-sized EPROM storage for OTP memory can be integrated into the modular 0.