Glossary Definition for Double-Data-Rate-Synchronous-DRAM

Glossary Term: Double-Data-Rate-Synchronous-DRAM 

Definition

Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM: A clock is used to read data from a DRAM. DDR memory reads data on both the rising and falling edge of the clock, achieving a faster data rate. Often used in notebook computers because it also consumes less power.
Synonyms
  • DDR
  • DDR-SDRAM
  • Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM
  • DDRAM
  • DDR RAM
  • SDRAM II

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