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DDR Technology

Double Data Rate (DDR) synchronous dynamic RAM is a key technology for interfacing system CPUs to local memory.  To help OEMs maintain data integrity and reliability in DDR-based systems, Pericom offers its industry-leading switching and clocking technologies.  Pericom’s switches are the fastest in the industry and offer the lowest skew to give developers greater margin and simplify board design of high-speed systems.  Combined with a wide bus width and flexible packaging, these devices are ideal for a variety of high availability networking and communications equipment, including RAID storage, servers, data duplication equipment, and workstations, as well as for medical devices and other embedded systems.

DDR - Blade server

Pericom is also a leader in timing technology across a variety of applications and protocols.  Its clocking devices provide excellent physical performance combined with low jitter, low power, and zero-delay buffers optimized for blade and rack servers to ensure reliable operation and minimize data errors.

Pericom’s DDR products are just one part of an expansive portfolio of timing, switching, bridging, and signal conditioning components.  With devices optimized for protocols such as PCI Express, SAS / SATA, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, USB, and many others, Pericom is able to provide the connectivity you need for your entire design.  

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