EDO

Updated: 10/04/2017 by Computer Hope

Alternatively referred to as Hyper Page mode memory, EDO is short for Extended Data Out and is a type of memory developed in 1995 by Micron that was first used with Pentium computers. EDO allows a CPU to access memory 10 to 15-percent faster the compatible Fast Page memory by not turning off the data output drivers after the memory has removed the column address. An upgraded variation of EDO memory is BEDO, although it was never widely used.

Computer abbreviations, Memory terms