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An open-source static random access memory (SRAM) compiler

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Python 3.5 License: BSD 3-clause PyPI - Downloads Open In Colab

An open-source static random access memory (SRAM) compiler.

What is OpenRAM?

OpenRAM is an award winning open-source Python framework to create the layout, netlists, timing and power models, placement and routing models, and other views necessary to use SRAMs in ASIC design. OpenRAM supports integration in both commercial and open-source flows with both predictive and fabricable technologies.


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OpenRAM is licensed under the BSD 3-Clause License.


Contributors & Acknowledgment

  • Matthew Guthaus from VLSIDA created the OpenRAM project and is the lead architect.
  • James Stine from VLSIARCH co-founded the project.
  • Many students: Hunter Nichols, Michael Grimes, Jennifer Sowash, Yusu Wang, Joey Kunzler, Jesse Cirimelli-Low, Samira Ataei, Bin Wu, Brian Chen, Jeff Butera, Sage Walker

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