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Integrated Device Technology, Micron Technology, and Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector announced an agreement to market static random access memory (SRAM) products based on a Zero Bus Turnaround (ZBT) architecture, said to eliminate idle bus turnaround cycles. The three companies will manufacture and market proprietary products based on the same architecture and product pinouts. ZBT SRAMs are intended for high-end networking products requiring high bandwidth, such as switches and routers.