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Alliance Memory Cuts Lead Times for Automotive Temperature DRAM Portfolio

SAN CARLOS, Calif. — Jan. 7, 2019 — Alliance Memory today announced that it has greatly reduced lead times for its DRAMs with -40°C to +105°C automotive temperature ratings. Responding to customer demand, Alliance Memory now holds many parts in finished goods stock and in addition can promise lead times of just six weeks for its most popular automotive temperature range products.

Alliance Memory offers a complete lineup of automotive temperature CMOS SDRAMs, including double data rate (DDR), DDR2, and DDR3 devices. The company’s portfolio of SDRAMs in the automotive temperature range includes components with densities of 64 Mb, 128 Mb, and 256 Mb. Automotive DDR1 SDRAMs feature densities of 128 Mb, 256 Mb, and 512 Mb, while DDR2 devices are available in densities of 256 Mb, 512 Mb, and 1 G. Alliance Memory’s 1-Gb, 2-Gb, and 4-Gb automotive DDR3 SDRAMs operate over 1.35-V and 1.5-V power supplies.

Alliance Memory’s automotive temperature DRAMs are AEC-Q100-compliant products for high-temperature-requirement applications, including Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS); powertrain; automotive active safety and autonomous driving; connectivity and in-vehicle-networking (IVN); carputers (customized PCs in cars); telematics; and infotainment systems.

Alliance Memory automotive temperature products will be among the highlights at the company’s Embedded World 2019 exhibit (Hall 3A, Stand 613), Feb. 26-28 in Nuremberg, Germany. A complete list of automotive memory solutions from Alliance Memory is available here: https://www.alliancememory.com/datasheets/automotive-memory-solutions/.

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