Cypress Semiconductor (NYSE:CY), the industry's second-largest SRAM supplier, announced today that it has shipped over $1 million in samples of its 72 Mbit standard synchronous or NoBL(TM) (No Bus Latency) SRAMs, the world's highest-density, six-transistor (6T) memory devices.
Several major semiconductor test and networking equipment makers have selected Cypress's 72 Mbit SRAMs for new designs," according to Tony Alvarez, vice president of Cypress's Memory Products Division.
Cypress's new 72 Mbit products can be purchased with either pipelined or flowthrough architectures.
11g wireless, 10/100 Mbit
network LAN, 56k data/fax modem
The FLEx families range in density from 64 Kbits to 18 Mbits systems with speeds up to 167 MHz.
The FLEx72 family provides 4, 9 or 18 Mbits of synchronous, pipelined dual-ported memory.
Cypress's broad portfolio of fast asynchronous and low-power SRAMs includes densities ranging from 4 Kbits to 64 Mbits
in 90-nm process technology.
The AT17F16 is the only FPGA configurator device on the market that can store all 16 Mbits
of configuration data in a 6mm x 6mm x 1mm, 8-pin LAP package with a two-wire interface.
Cypress is the industry leader for fast asynchronous and low-power SRAMs, with portfolios that range from 4 Kbits to 32 Mbits
and 64 Kbits to 64 Mbits