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Adaptive DDR memory IP delivers 2,800Mbit/s DDR4 performance

08 May 2014

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Semiconductor IP and SoC supplier Uniquify has achieved the industry's fastest DDR4 performance in silicon of 2,800Mbit/s.

The combination of Uniquify's adaptive DDR4 intellectual property (IP) and SK Hynix's DDR4 SDRAM memory components is operating at 2,800Mbit/s in a system implemented using TSMC's 28HPM process technology.

The demonstration highlights the performance boost that can be achieved by coupling Uniquify's adaptive DDR4 IP with SK Hynix's 2,400Mbit/s-rated DDR4 SDRAM memory. The adaptive DDR4 IP dynamically tracks and adjusts the critical DDR timing interface to allow the DDR4 SDRAM to be clocked at a higher rate and deliver 2,800Mbit/s DDR4 performance without sacrificing the stability or integrity of the DDR memory sub-system.

"We're pleased with the performance results and collaborative relationship we've built with Uniquify," says JH Oh, VP and head of DRAM Product Planning & Enabling at SK Hynix. "Working together, we've shown that it is possible to achieve enhanced DDR performance by coupling our latest DDR4 SDRAM technology with Uniquify's adaptive DDR4 IP."

Josh Lee, CEO of Uniquify, said, "This demonstration of the industry's fastest silicon-proven DDR4 highlights the power of our patented dynamic self-calibrating logic (DSCL) and showcases the performance achieved when coupling it with SK Hynix' leading-edge DDR4 SDRAM components."




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