SOURCE: Alliance Memory

Alliance Memory

August 17, 2011 10:42 ET

Alliance Memory's Latest Product Selection Guide Now Available

SAN CARLOS, CA--(Marketwire - Aug 17, 2011) - Alliance Memory Inc., a worldwide provider of legacy memory ICs for the communications, computing, industrial, and consumer markets, today announced that the latest edition of its free product selection guide is now available. To help designers choose the right legacy memory product for their applications, the eight-page guide provides key specification for Alliance Memory's full range of asynchronous SRAMs and recently introduced synchronous DRAMs, as well as a cross-reference guide to devices from other suppliers that Alliance Memory's ICs can replace.

Alliance Memory's product selection guide provides density, voltage, speed, configuration, and packaging options for the company's entire line of asynchronous SRAMs, including 3.3 V and 5 V fast asynchronous SRAMs with speeds from 10 ns to 20 ns; low-power devices with densities from 64 Kb to 16 Mb; and 2.5 V and 3.3 V ZBT/Sync pipelined burst (SPB)/Sync burst (SB) products. In addition, the guide features the company's recently introduced synchronous DRAMs (SDR) with densities of 64 Mb, 128 Mb, and 256 Mb.

For mainstream digital signal processors (DSP) and microcontrollers, Alliance Memory's legacy ICs provide reliable drop-in, pin-for-pin-compatible replacements for a number of similar solutions. To assist designers in determining which products can be replaced by Alliance Memory devices, each part number in the product selection guide is cross-referenced with compatible part numbers from other manufacturers. An interactive version of the cross-reference guide is also available from the following URL:

The free product selection guide is available for download and in hard copy. The guide can be downloaded at A hard copy of the selection guide is available via email request to

About Alliance Memory Inc.
Alliance Memory Inc. is a worldwide provider of legacy memory products for the communications, computing, industrial, and consumer markets. The company supports a full range of asynchronous and synchronous SRAMs, low-power SRAMs, ZMD low-power SRAMs, and synchronous DRAMs (SDR). Alliance Memory is a privately held company with headquarters in San Carlos, Calif., and regional offices in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and South East Asia. More information about Alliance Memory is available online at

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Contact Information

  • Agency Contact:
    Bob Decker
    Wall Street Communications
    +1 415 409 0233
    Email Contact

    Alliance Memory Contact:
    Kim Bagby
    +1 650 610 6800
    Email Contact