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Pipeline burst cache (PBC) is a type of cache module or memory that enables a processor in reading and fetching data in succession from a data pipeline.
It is a cache memory architecture that is used for designing L1 and L2 caches. It was first unveiled in the mid-1990s as an alternative to the asynchronous cache or synchronous burst cache.