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RE: Alternative sources for Cisco memory?

  • From: Michael Duckett
  • Date: Thu Sep 24 13:50:38 1998

Here's some approved suppliers of memory.  Maybe this will give you a head
start.

[snip]

Question: May I have the Approved Vendor List (AVL) of 32MB DRAM SIMM
manufacturers for the RSP2?

Answer:

MEM-RSP-32M=



RSP1/2 DRAM; 32MB       Qty 2   IC,DRAM, 4Mx36, 60ns, SIM72



Part Number     Manufacturer    Manufacturer #  Status  Approved

-----------     ------------    --------------  ------  --------

15-1508-01      SAMSUNG         KMM5364100-6    Obso    Approved

15-1508-01      HITACHI         HB56D436SBR-6   Qual    Approved

15-1508-01      HYUNDAI         HYM536410M-60   Qual    Approved

15-1508-01      MITSUBIS        MH4M36BNXJ-6    Qual    Approved

15-1508-01      NEC             MC-424000A36B   Qual    Approved

15-1508-01      SAMSUNG         KMM5364103AK-   Qual    Approved

15-1508-01      TI              TM497MBK36Q-6   Qual    Approved



Requirements: Bank1 must be greater or equal to bank2.

Other products using same SIMM:



4500 MEM-NP16S-P

4500 MEM-NP32M-P

4700 MEM-NP16S-P

4700 MEM-NP32M-P

4500-M MEM-NP16S-P

4500-M MEM-NP32M-P

CIP MEM-CIP-32M

LS  MEM-ASP-32M

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-nanog@merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog@merit.edu]On Behalf Of
> Nathan Stratton
> Sent: Thursday, September 24, 1998 12:35 PM
> To: Joseph Thomas
> Cc: nanog@merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Alternative sources for Cisco memory?
>
>
> On Thu, 24 Sep 1998, Joseph Thomas wrote:
>
> >
> > 	I received prices for upgrading RAM memory in both a Cisco 7000
> > and Cisco 7500. Ouch!
> >
> > 	My question is: the 7000 appears to accept standard 30pin SIMMs
> > while the 7500 accepts 72pin SIMMs. Since I can purchase lifetime memory
> > (60ns, true parity) for orders of magnatiude less, why shouldn't I? Has
> > anyone really tried this? Other than Cisco claiming that future problems
> > are related to the non-Cisco memory I installed, what problems might I
> > encounter? Are there less-expensive "Cisco certified" memory dealers?
>
> You sure can, most providers upgrade the memory on their ciscos with 3rd
> party RAM, the cisco stuff just cost to much. I dont know of "Cisco
> certified" memory dealers, but just buying decent RAM from any good vender
> should be fine.
>
> > Thanks.
>
> ><>
> Nathan Stratton				Telecom & ISP Consulting
> www.robotics.net	 		nathan@robotics.net
> --
> "No king is saved by the size of his army; no warrior escapes by
> his great strength."                               - Psalm 33:16
>
> > --
> > Joseph Thomas                           E/Mail:  jpt@networkcs.com
> > Network Computing Services, Inc.    	 	 jpt@magic.net
> > 1200 Washington Ave So.			Tel:	 +1 612 337 3558
> > Minneapolis, MN     55415-1227          FAX:     +1 612 337 3400
> >
> > 	An elephant is a mouse with an operating system.
>
>





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