A Brief about DDR Memory


DDR Memory


DDR SDRAM stands for double data rate synchronous dynamic random-access memory. It is memory integrated circuit that is used in computers. The DDR was designed to use a clock signal to synchronize things. The memory for this part transfers two data chunks per clock cycle.


The DDR SDRAM has been superseded by the DDR2 SDRAM and by DDR3 SDRAM because of their faster capabilities. The SDRAM supports the transferring of data of the device it is supporting by doubling the memory chip’s data throughput. The DDR2 is designed to work at 400 MHz with 800 memories. The DDR3 is designed to work at 666.6 MHz with 1333 memories.


Identify the industry best manufacturers and distributors


In today’s electronic industry there are a number of manufactures that produce or distribute the DDR2 and DDR3. One example of a manufacture that ASAP Semiconductor partners with that produces these types of memories that are used in computers is EP Memory. This company is considered a leading supplier of digital flash storage and memory upgrade products. EP Memory has more than seventeen years of experience in the industry manufacturing products to channel partners, resellers and original equipment manufacturers. All of the memory products that EP Memory design are manufactured to JEEC standards to ensure they meet and exceed all original manufactures specifications.


Another manufacture that ASAP Semiconductor partners with that manufactures DDR memories is SK Hynix, which is considered the second largest manufacturer of memory semiconductor. Besides the DDR memory SK Hynix also produces computing, consumer, graphics and mobile memory.


ASAP Semiconductor is also a leading distributor of DDR Memory parts, boasting a comprehensive inventory of both current and obsolete product lines as well as the capabilities to procure any parts we do not have. If you have a demand for any of these parts, please contact us today and one of our knowledgeable sales staff will be ready to assist you.


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