Some EEPROMs provide the possibility of a multi-byte write.
For example, the AT24C provides an 8-byte page write besides the classical single-byte write.
The datasheet specifies 5 ms as "Write Cycle Time". However, nowhere is it said that this is true for both types of write instructions. I would infer that it's the same, although it is never explicitly stated.
Can one safely assume that it takes the same time? (excluding, of course, communications overhead in case of external chips)
Can this be answered generally for EEPROM (which is strictly EEPROM, not something emulated in flash), instead of only for the product mentioned above?