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Title : A New Method to Improve Performance of Memory Sub-Systems
Company : Performance-IP LLC
File Name : A New Method to Improve Performance of Memory Sub-Systems.pdf
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Date : 11-Apr-2016
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Tomorrow's memory standards hold the promise of higher performance. With the uncertain future of which protocols will emerge as industry standards many system architects conservatively choose from current DDR standards - adopting a "wait and see" approach. However, the needs to improve system performance and reduce power consumption are still paramount with next generation products. With memory subsystems representing significant influences on these two areas, designers must find new methods to improve the performance of memory sub-systems. The Performance-IP method discussed here is implemented using small, distributed, logic elements requires no code changes and does not require the increase of system clock rates.
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