10/18/2004 - Inphi® Corporation, the performance leader in precision timing devices, announced that CST, Inc. selected its INCU877 PLL Clock Driver integrated circuit (IC) as the memory clock buffer for use on the CST SP3000-DDR2 testers. Citing engineering design excellence and high quality performance as key factors in its selection of Inphi's ICs, CST is currently utilizing the INCU877 PLL Clock Driver in its pilot production with plans for volume use as the testers ramp up to regular production.
"We are pleased with the technology that Inphi engineers have applied to reduce the phase jitter and enhance the duty cycle characteristic of the part," said Cecil Ho, President of CST. "These two parameters are absolutely crucial to our tester margin and performance, and ensure our customers will receive better performing, more stable memory module testers from CST. This translates to a higher return on their investment in their memory module production."
Inphi ICs Selected by CST for DDR Tester 2-2-2
The INCU877, part of Inphi's ExacTik Family of precision timing devices, is a high performance, low skew, PLL-based, zero delay buffer that distributes a differential input clock signal to ten differential clock outputs and one differential feedback (reference) clock output. The clock outputs are controlled by the input clock, the input feedback (reference) clock, the LVCMOS control inputs, and the analog power supply. A logic circuit on the clock input pins, independent from the input buffers, detects the logic low levels and places the part in a low power state where all the outputs and the PLL are off. The INCU877 also track Spread Spectrum Clocking (SSC) for reduced EMI. The INCU877 is designed for nominal 1.8V power supply operation and is packaged in a plastic 52-ball VFBGA.
The ExacTik® Family
Inphi.s ExacTik family of CMOS timing devices for computing applications is the highest performing in the industry. Every part meets or exceeds JEDEC specifications and delivers exceptional accuracy at low-cost for this generation of DDR2 applications. The ExacTik family includes timing devices for memory modules, and other server, workstation and notebook applications. Currently shipping, ExacTik products are characterized by the highest performance in terms of jitter, slew rates, lock times and skew. For more information on these products send an email to: email@example.com
About CST, Inc.
CST is the leading supplier of DDR2 testers for memory module manufacturers, distributors as well as computer service depots. Founded in 1983, the company develops, markets, and supports computer memory tester software and hardware. CST pioneered the first low cost SIMM tester in 1985. Since then, CST testers have become the standard for the computer manufacturing industry, holding more than 70% of the market in testers for computer manufacturers and third party SIMM manufacturers. With its product lines of SIMM/DIMM memory testers and handlers, CST is equipped to handle all aspects of memory testing. For more information www.simmtester.com
About Inphi Corporation
Founded in November 2000, Inphi Corporation is a privately held electronic components company based in Westlake Village, California. Inphi delivers high-speed precision integrated circuits that optimize power, performance, and size, enabling customers to build the highest performance, most cost-competitive computing, telecommunications, and instrumentation systems. The company's ExacTik® Family of CMOS timing devices for memory clocking, and other server, workstation and notebook applications is the most comprehensive and highest performing in the industry; every part meets or exceeds JEDEC specifications. Additional information about the company can be found at www.inphi-corp.com.
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