Capable of being accessed in any order, not required to be sequential. (adjective)
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Use "random-access" in a sentence
"In the previous quarter the company record profit of 1.06 trillion won, mainly thanks to high-margin products, such as mobile dynamic random-access memory chips."
"With many global chip makers expanding into higher-margin dynamic random-access memory chips used in smartphones and tablets, an oversupply will likely emerge toward the second half, which could bite into Hynix's earnings, Mr. Kim said."
"The Sunnyvale, Calif., company licenses patented technology used to accelerate the performance of memory chips, including products known as dynamic random-access memory, or DRAM, chips that are a mainstay of personal computers."