Mobile Fast Cycle RAM (FCRAM)
FCRAM is an advanced memory core design, proprietary to Fujitsu, with low power consumption and fast operation. Mobile FCRAM is a pseudo-SRAM technology that couples an FCRAM core to an SRAM interface.
 burst mode
A special mode of operation for memory enabling fast, continuous reads synchronized to the system clock, so that a large amount of information can be read in a large block, simply by specifying one partial address. FCRAM adds the ability to perform write operations in burst mode as well.
 Common Specification for Mobile RAM (COSMORAM)
A specification developed jointly by Fujitsu Limited, NEC Electronics Corp. and Toshiba Corp., and announced on February 17, 2003. Refers to a standard for burst mode pseudo-SRAM chips and MCPs containing these chips.
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Date: 02 June, 2003
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