Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. (Nasdaq: ISSI), a leader in advanced memory solutions, has added the 256Mb density to their family of DDR2 SDRAMs. This addition expands ISSI's DDR2 SDRAM family to include densities of 256Mb, 512Mb and 1Gb. This expansion of the DDR2 SDRAM product family adds to ISSI's already extensive offering of SDR, DDR and DDR2 SDRAMs.
The 256Mb density is offered as 8Mx32, 16Mx16 and 32Mx8, in BGA packages with speeds up to 400Mhz (DDR2-800), giving design engineers a lower density option when a 512Mb device is not required. These devices operate from a single supply voltage of 1.8V
DDR2 SDRAMs are used in a variety of applications including automotive telematics and infotainment, networking/telecom access nodes, VoIP, switches, routers, and packet optical transport, plus many industrial applications. These applications typically require long term production support, which ISSI specialise in.
Samples and volume production support for the 8Mx32, IS43DR32800A (Standard Page Size) and the IS43DR32801A (Reduced Page Size) are available now.
Samples of the 16Mx16, IS43DR16160A and 32Mx8, IS43DR83200B are available now with volume production support beginning in Q1 2011. Samples of automotive versions of the 8Mx32, IS46DR32801A and the 16Mx16, IS46DR16160A are also available now.
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