MBYTE


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MBYTEMegabyte
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They are available in four packages (WLCSP64, LQFP64, LQFP100, LQFP144) with 1 Mbyte of Flash.
Since they are compatible with SLC and MLC NAND Flash memories, the controllers make possible storage ranging from 128 MByte to 16 GByte in the case of SLC and 256 MByte to 32 GByte in the case of MLC.
An UltraSPARC-II microprocessor, running at 450 MHz with 4 Mbytes of Level 2 cache is estimated to deliver a SPECint95 rating of 19.6 and a SPECfp95 rating of 27.1.
The GT-J trace memory, consisting of four banks of 127 Mbytes RAM, captures all Fibre Channel data passing through the unit at full speed (greater than 106 MB/s per channel).
The size of these databases often exceeds the capacity of the 80-100 Mbyte hard disk housing the online catalog or the other local databases, and problems arise in distributing the files to branches or exchange partners.
It features the latest Intel Corel i7-620M processor with a core speed of 2.66 GHz, with 4 MByte 12 cache and up to 8 GByte fast (1066 MT/s) dual channel DDR3 memory.
The move from single bit per cell to MLC should offer higher memory density at lower cost per Mbyte.
SST's ATA Flash Disk Controller can recognize up to five external flash memory devices, up to 1 Gigabit density each, to create as large as a 640 MByte flash drive.
ST's STM32H7 microcontrollers, available from Mouser Electronics, are based on a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M7 core with double-precision floating point unit (FPU), up to 2 Mbytes of flash, and 1 Mbyte of RAM.
The 600 Mbyte unit offers an audio output, a life-extending sleep mode, and a three-way caddy ejection.
The memory-scalable device integrates 3 MBytes of flash, 1 MByte of SRAM, and a clock running up to 120 MHz.
Offered in a density range of 8 MByte to 128 MByte, SST's ADM products provide complete IDE hard disk drive functionality and compatibility, yet at the same time more rugged and economical embedded mass data storage.