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ASIC memory compilers

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Goran Dakov

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do memory compilers support bit (and/or byte) enable? do they support asynchronous read?
 

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some memory compilers support bit or byte enable write control.
asynchronous or synchronous read is more memory architecture dependant.
 

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Synopsys who bought Virage for example.
Every founders have a liste of memory compiler vendor for their technologies.
 

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Dolphin has memory compiler as well.
 

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Well in all case, you need to the technology you want before going to a memories providers, and normaly the technology providers are "pround" to have multiple memory providers for their technology.
 

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