Samsungs starts production of 256 megabit XDR memory

Posted on Tuesday, January 25 2005 @ 17:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Samsung said it has started producing 256 megabit XDR memory at its fabs. This memory will be used in the PlayStation 3, digital TVs and also for servers and workstations.
The firm said that it will intro a 512Mbit XDR device within the next five months that will shuttle data at a staggeringly fast 12.8 gigabytes per second.

It said that the XDR market could exceed 800 million 256Mbit parts by 2009
Source: The Inquirer

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