AMD and SimpleTeh to work on DDR3

Posted on Friday, Sep 15 2006 @ 00:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
In what could be a preemptive strike against Intel Corp., Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and SimpleTech Inc. announced a joint effort to define registers and other specifications for DDR3-based SDRAM memory modules. The companies will define and develop SDRAM registered dual-inline memory modules (RDIMMs). DDR3 RDIMM modules are planned as the natural evolution over today's DDR2-based solutions.

The work of the two companies is being conducted within JEDEC, a coalition of approximately 270 companies focused on the creation of open standards.
EE Times.

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