If information is not present in cache (in case of a miss) data must be brought from Dynamic RAM
TwinStar's Richardson, Texas, facility will produce 16- and 64-megabit CMOS dynamic RAM
chips and is expected to begin production in May of 1996.
Within days, a Sierra Mesa computer products manufacturer was closing his doors when seven men stormed through the front door, put a gun to his head and demanded he give up his supply of dynamic RAM
chips--tiny components worth thousands of dollars on the black market.
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He then illustrated Samsung's position as a global leader in the electronics market, holding the top market share position worldwide in LCD TVs (21 per cent), monitors (16 per cent), LCD Panel TVs (27 per cent), flash memory (32 per cent), dynamic RAM
(DRAM; 31 per cent), and static RAM (SRAM; 28 per cent).
The PowerMate CT supports 133MHz Synchronous Dynamic RAM
, improving overall system throughput performance significantly over the current PC-100 architecture without sacrificing price.
(DRAM) is a type of computer memory that employs a system of transistors and capacitors to retain data.
The new scheme enables more ranks of dynamic RAM
(DRAM) to be populated on the memory module and seamlessly accessed by the CPU memory controller.
Caching: Reduces the number of connection and server requests needed for transactions.
Take-up of FRAM chip is expected to increase because the technology combines the access speed of dynamic RAM
and synchronous RAM, with the non-volatility of ROM.