This paper presents a 40nm 1.0Mb pipeline 6T SRAM featuring digital-based Bit-Line Under-Drive (BLUD) with large-signal sensing and Three-Step-Up Word-Line (TSUWL) to improve RSNM, Read performance and Write-ability. An Adaptive Data-Aware Write-Assist (ADAWA) with VCS tracking is employed to further improve Write-ability while ensuring adequate stability for half-selected cells on the selected bit-lines. An Adaptive Voltage Detector (AVD) with binary boosting control is used to mitigate gate dielectric over-stress. The 1.0Mb test chip operates from 1.5V to 0.7V, with operating frequency of 1.07GHz@1.2V and 887MHz@1.1V at 25°C. The measured power consumption is 43.47mW (Active)/3.91mW (Leakage) at 1.1V and 8.97mW (Active)/0.52mW (Leakage) at 0.7V, TT, 25°C.