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DRAM Memories

DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) is a volatile memory used in computers and other electronic devices, including automotive systems, that stores data and program code for short periods while the device is powered on. DRAM memory needs to be constantly refreshed to maintain its data, providing faster access to data than non-volatile memory, such as flash memory.