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
Will revolutionise online shopping, apparently
A more affordable alternative to the Lumia 1520
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