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DRAM

Accelerate your time-to-market with quality DRAM components—rigorously tested for a wide range of applications—from the extreme temperature and performance needs of industrial and automotive applications to the exacting specs of enterprise systems, we have the right solution for your design.

By Technology

Technology Benefits Densities Configurations Supply Voltages
DDR4 SDRAM High performance
Improved power savings
Increased data rates
Faster burst accesses
4Gb–16Gb x4, x8, x16 1.2V
DDR3 SDRAM Enables large memory subsystems
Increased power efficiency
High performance
Increased bandwidth
1Gb–16Gb x4, x8, x16 1.35V, 1.5V
DDR2 SDRAM Enables large memory subsystems
Low-voltage, energy-efficient options
Extended operating temperatures
512Mb–4Gb x4, x8, x16 1.55V, 1.8V
DDR SDRAM Extended operating temperatures
JEDEC-compliant
256Mb–512Gb x4, x8, x16 2.5, 2.6V
SDRAM Extended operating temperatures
JEDEC-compliant
Easy-to-implement
64Mb–256Mb x4, x8, x16, x32 3.3V
GDDR5 Ultra-high memory bandwidth
High performance
System stability
x32/x16 operation
2Gb–8Gb x32 1.5V
RLDRAM Memory High-performance
Ultra-low bus turnaround time enables higher sustainable bandwidth
Ideal choice for packet buffering and inspections
Extended operating temperatures
288Mb, 576Mb, 1.125Gb x9, x18, x36 1.8V core; 1.5V or 1.8V I/O
LPDRAM Available in multiple technologies: LPSDR, LPDDR, LPDDR2, LPDDR3 and LPDDR4
Low standby current and low self refresh for extended battery life
Temperature-compensated self refresh (TCSR) and partial-array self refresh (PASR) modes
128Mb–32Gb x16, x32, x64 1.2V–3.3V

Documentation

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IBIS

J80C; IBIS MT29RZ4B4DZZMGWD-18 I.80C

  • File Type: ZIP
  • Updated: 02/12/2016
IBIS

Rev 1.3_XT/WT, Rev 1.0_IT, Die, 168-Ball, 178-Ball, 256-Ball, 253-Ball, 216-Ball, SDP, DDP, TDP, QDP, LPDDR3 SDRAM

  • File Type: ZIP
  • Updated: 02/08/2016

Resources

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Blog

In a September blog post, I mentioned that Micron will be announcing the launch of a new graphics memory in 2016: GDDR5X. An evolution of the existing GDDR5 specification, GDDR5X was developed with a focus on increased data rates in the range of 10-14Gb/s, essentially doubling...

Brief

Our extensive and stable portfolio of IMM-focused memory solutions empower technology developments in automotive, industrial, medical, manufacturing, and other multimarket segments.

Blog

Micron Technology and Inotera Memories announced last December that the companies signed an agreement for Micron to acquire the remaining interest in Inotera Memories of Taiwan, and now the two companies have reached a definitive agreement as the acquisition moves forward...

Brief

Our automotive solutions are aligned with industry requirements for innovation, high reliability, and long-term product support.