xtended ata ut ynamic andom ccess emory. The successor to plain old DRAM, is much faster than DRAM but not quite as fast as SDRAM.
Extended Data Out Random Access Memory: a form of DRAM that has a two-stage pipeline, which lets the memory controller read data off the chip while it is being reset for the next operation. While similar in performance to synchronous DRAM (SDRAM), it cannot support bus speeds above 66MHz.
Acronym for extended data out dynamic random access memory. A type of memory that allows for faster read times than DRAM of comparable speed by allowing a new read cycle to begin while data is being read from a previous cycle. This allows for faster overall system performance.