noun \ˈes-ˌram\

Definition of SRAM

  1. :  a type of RAM that must be continuously supplied with power but does not need to be periodically rewritten in order to retain data

  1. compare dram

Origin and Etymology of sram

static random-access memory

First Known Use: 1982

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