Intel validated Micron's 1Gb DDRII components

Posted on Wednesday, February 04 2004 @ 23:57 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Micron reports that Intel has validated their one gigabit DDR2 component, and thus all three their DDR2 components including the 256Mb and the 512Mb one are validated by Intel.
“Micron’s 1Gb DDR2 is the first to pass Intel’s component validation, which makes Micron first to validate all three densities,” said Pete MacWilliams, Intel Senior Fellow. “Micron’s leadership position in DDR2 validation and production availability is key to enabling Intel’s platforms and our customer’s products in 2004 and beyond.”

“Micron already announced volume production of DDR2 devices and modules,” said Terry Lee, Executive Director of Advanced Technology and Strategic Marketing for Micron’s Computing and Consumer Group. “Intel Platform validation of 1Gb DDR2 components solidifies our leadership position, allowing us to provide the highest density DDR2 products available to our server customers. This gives Micron the broadest DDR2 product offering available today for meeting the memory requirements of notebook, desktop, and server computing products.”

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