Game_boy wrote:Is there some document that compares SRAM, eDRAM, Z-RAM, and T-RAM?
It thinks its eDRAM is comparable to what would be expected of SRAM produced on a 15nm process, three technology generations ahead of chips in volume production today.
Hans de Vries wrote:Game_boy wrote:Is there some document that compares SRAM, eDRAM, Z-RAM, and T-RAM?
There's a bit in this pdf on page 5
http://www.advancedsubstratenews.com/v6 ... nglish.pdf
These eDRAMs use trench cells for storage:
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