Synchronous flash ups system performance, reduces part count

De Caro, Richard; Franklin, Dirk
November 2003
Portable Design;Nov2003, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p26
Describes the development and applications of synchronous flash devices in enhancing the performance of computer operating systems. Elimination of the entire asynchronous bus when the appropriate flash memory is used as a high-speed execute-in-place device; Integration of asynchronous bus and related logic controls to support the flash; Applications in various computer systems.


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