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  • n. Plural form of SRAM.

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  • The other kind of SRAMs are the 65-nanometer [synchronisthetic] RAMs that go into routers, and that's more of a high-tech play that is run here out of San Jose.

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  • I don't know if it's been mentioned yet, but the used & abused condom-donning white Pista Concept is running/rocking Truvativ Omnium cranks, not the aforementioned SRAMs.

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  • B-52G/H bombers can carry a maximum of 20 SRAMs: eight on an internal rotary launcher in the weapons bay and six on each inboard wing pylon.

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  • However, the B-52 and B-1B usually will carry a mixture of SRAMs in the weapons bay and Air-Launched Cruise Missiles (ALCM) on the wing pylons.

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  • Both SCADs and SRAMs were to fit on the same rotary launchers.

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  • The B-1B can carry a maximum of 38 SRAMs, 24 internally and 14 on external pylons.

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  • With the acquisition of Virage Logic Corp. in 2010, Synopsys added embedded memories, including SRAMs static random access memory and non-volatile memory, logic libraries, embedded test and repair IP and configurable processor cores, to its IP portfolio.

  • It's like so many -- equivalently saying, "I'm going to go do SRAMs and kick their butt".

  • The ITC action against GSI lists known importers of products that incorporate the accused GSI SRAMs. Cypress has reached an agreement with Arrow and Nu Horizons which resulted in the removal of both companies from the ITC action.

  • The 65-nm SRAMs are ideal for networking applications, including core and edge routers, fixed and modular Ethernet switches, 3G basestations, and secure routers.

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