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Micron to demo DDR-II at VIA Technical Forum

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Tue Oct 08 2002, 10:54
MICRON WILL demonstrate its DDR-II memory at the VIA Technical Forum (VTF) in Taiwan this week. The memory runs at 533Mbit/sec. per pin and achieves system bandwidth of 4300Mbytes per second, the company says.

Micron will also show off DDR400 and DDR333 systems, but all eyes will be on its DDRII implementation.

In a statement, Micron mouthpiece, Terry Lee said: "While the industry adoption of DDR-II in high volume is not expected until late 2003 and early 2004, our customers benefit from our early system analysis work. Micron will enable our customers to effectively utilize DDR-II memory technology in the same manner as we have DDR-I."

Both Samsung an Elipda have already shown details of 512-Mbit DDRII chips, Elipda having sampled chips back in July.

VIA's forum kicks off today in Taipei. µ

 

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