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Enhanced Memory Systems - Ramtron  Profile

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Enhanced Memory Systems - Ramtron  Company Overview

Enhanced Memory Systems develops and markets patented EDRAM high-performance specialty memories that combine fast DRAM and SRAM on one chip. Enhanced Memory Systems is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ramtron International Corporation.

Enhanced Memory Systems - Ramtron  Products

The types of products manufactured by Enhanced Memory Systems - Ramtron include EDRAM ICs.

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