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RAM

abbreviation for random-access memory.

ram

male, entire sheep which has attained sexual maturity at about the age of 6 months.

ram effect
introduction of a ram into a flock of non-pregnant ewes in the period between deep anestrus and the commencement of the breeding season tends to advance the onset of estrus and enhances its synchronization.
ram epididymitis
ram mating harness
leather or webbing harness worn around the forequarters and carrying a marking crayon or paint pad on the brisket to mark the rumps of ewes that have been mated.
stud ram
pedigree ram used to mate with purebred ewes.
teaser ram
vasectomized ram. See also teaser.
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These new emerging non-volatile random access memory products address the urgent need in some specific and small-form devices.
This study is intended to benefit existing and future manufacturers of solid-state memories who seek to expand revenues and market opportunities by moving into new technologies such as emerging non-volatile random access memory products which are positioned to become a preferred solution for many applications, such as automotive (e.
The study also provides the most complete account currently available in a multi-client format of emerging non-volatile random access memory products growth in North America, Europe, Japan, China, and the rest of the world.
The market data contained in this report quantify opportunities for emerging non-volatile random access memory products.
The study will benefit existing manufacturers of solid-state memory who seek to expand revenues and market opportunities by growing into the new technology of emerging non-volatile random access memory products, which are now positioned to become a preferred solution for many types of RFID tags, smart cards, high-end mobile phones, smart automotive airbags, etc.
High-performance versions, such as static and dynamic random access memory (SRAM and DRAM, respectively), use the electronic state of transistors and capacitors to store data bits.
Research groups around the world are investigating several approaches to meet this demand, including systems based on emerging non-volatile random access memory products.
To provide the performance required for these applications, the portable electronics designer uses multiple types of memories: a medium-speed random access memory for continuously changing data, a high-speed memory for caching instructions to the CPU, and a slower, non-volatile memory for long-term information storage when the power is removed.
Seven emerging non-volatile memory technologies such as ferromagnetic RAM (FeRAM or F-RAM), phase change random access memory (PCM, PC-RAM, PRAM, OUM), magneto-resistive RAM (MRAM, STT RAM, race track memory), resistance switching RAM (RRAM, ReRAM, CB-RAM, PMC-RAM, nano-bridge RAM CMOx, memistors), zero capacitor (ZRAM), quantum dot RAM and polymer printed memory are poised as possible candidate to become the successor of flash memory.
The 2010 global market for emerging non-volatile random access memory products was projected to have reached $115 million.
The market for emerging non-volatile random access memory used as an embedded system on chip SOC cards in 2010 will be highest with more 50% of the market.
Taiwanese Dynamic Random Access Memory Shipment Volume Share by Application, 1Q 2009 - 4Q 2010

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