(Reduced Latency DRAM) A kind of dynamic random access memory. RLDRAM comes in "common IO" and "separate IO" configurations. It supports broadside addressing. It is typically used in networking gear and set-top boxes that require high bandwidth memory.

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Last updated: 2007-03-20

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