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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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DRAM circuits are cheaper to manufacture than Static Random Access Memory (SRAM) transistors, and can hold significantly larger amount of memory.
com) is focused on the development of magnetic random access memory (MRAM) technology.
Simtek Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SRAM), the world's leading supplier of monolithic nonvolatile static random access memory (nvSRAM) integrated circuits today announced that its 1 Megabit nvSRAM devices have been incorporated by IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM) for use in the company's System X servers and that IBM has placed significant production orders for these devices.
Micromem") (OTCBB:MMTIF) a Toronto-based developer of magnetic random access memory (MRAM), today announced that it has retained the services of Strategic Solutions, a California-based engineering firm specializing in "lab-to-fab" transitions, to continue Micromem's pursuit of commercializing its HCS MRAM technology.
Micromem") (OTC-BB:MMTIF) a Toronto-based developer of magnetic random access memory (MRAM), and Omron Corporation (TSE:6645,ADR: OMRNY), one of the world's leading suppliers of reliable, advanced electronics and RFID components, today announces an agreement to investigate viable MRAM technology.

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