I am still just learning about electronics on my own, so please bear with me.
The EEPROMs that I have come across (for example this one where the t_wp max is 1000 ns.) all have a time limit for the write pulse (I think this is called the Write Pulse Width). I am just curious, but
1) What is the reason that EEPROMS have this upper limit?
2) Are there any parallel EEPORMs with no upper time limit?
Please note that I am not asking about the limit on the number of times one can write to an EEPROM.