SiS announced the first of its DDR3 compatible chipsets will arrive in late 2007.
As a follow-up to its recent announcement of next-generation desktop chipset products targeted to hit the market in 2007, Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) stated that the SiS665, the company's first northbridge that will support DDR3 memory technology, will reach production phase in the end of 2007, but volume shipments are currently not expected to start before 2008. The company also indicated that two other northbridges, the SiS672 (for the Intel platform) and SiS772 (for the AMD platform), will be the first SiS products manufactured under a 80nm CMOS process. Samples will presumably be available from early in the second quarter of 2007, and mass production is aimed to commence later in that quarter.
More details about SiS's upcoming chipsets over at DigiTimes.