Solid State Supplies adds GSI Technology memories
Solid State Supplies has secured a UK distribution deal with GSI Technology to stock components in a partnership backed by the distributor’s technical support, in-depth application expertise over a spectrum of industry sectors.
The portfolio of memory ICs targets scenarios, where high transaction rates and long term operational reliability are required. According to the company, the ICs have attributes that standard commodity products cannot offer, to provide industry-leading densities and clock access speeds, as well as low latency levels, while drawing minimal power. They are optimised for accompanying FPGAs, network processors and ASICs, it adds, delivering the bandwidth needed to support enhanced system performance.
The latest generations of SigmaQuad and SigmaDDR SRAMs have capacities up to 288Mbit and can support 1333MHz operation. They can be used in applications that must frequently alternate between read and write modes.
The low latency DRAMs (LLDRAMs) have been developed for modern data networking system requirements and are able to maintain close to 100% bus utilisation, says the company. They have memory capacities up to 1.25Gbyte and 800MHz clock speeds. The low random cycle time, eight-bank memory array architecture employed is coupled with double data rate (DDR) transfers and intuitive, SRAM-like address interfaces.
The company’s memories have been implemented into industrial test/inspection equipment, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), broadcast picture manipulation hardware, aircraft/vehicle heads up displays, medical imaging, radar, high performance computing, jet engine vibration monitoring and missile guidance systems. The distributor will offer products that are 100% tested to extended or military temperature ranges when required.