28 Jun 2018

Low-power SRAM drop-in replacements for CY62256

Alliance Memory, a manufacturer of hard-to-find SRAM, DRAM, and SDRAM ICs, has announced that it is offering low-power SRAMs (LPSRAMs) that are direct replacements for CY62256 series devices for which Cypress Semiconductor Corporation has issued a product termination notification with a last-time buy date of July 4, 2018.

Original Part Number: Alliance Memory Direct Replacement

CY62256NLL-55SNXI: AS6C62256-55SIN CY62256NLL-55SNXIT: AS6C62256-55SINTR CY62256NLL-70SNXC: AS6C62256-55SIN CY62256NLL-70SNXCT: AS6C62256-55SINTR CY62256VNLL-70NXI: AS6C62256-55SIN CY62256VNLL-70SNXIT: AS6C62256-55SINTR

"The CY62256 series is a mainstream SRAM product that is still used by thousands of customers throughout the world," said David Bagby, president and CEO at Alliance Memory. "Making products like these available after they've been discontinued by other manufacturers is our mission at Alliance Memory, and we're committed to producing these particular low-power SRAM devices for many years into the future."

Samples and production quantities of the Alliance Memory AS6C62256-55SIN and AS6C62256-55SINTR are available now with lead times of stock to six weeks.

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