Dull season for DDR2 memory

Posted on Tuesday, September 06 2005 @ 6:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Whatever innovation needed to happen has most likely happened for the year 2005 with DDR2 memory. Back in January at CES 2005, memory makers suggested this year to be fairly positive in terms of DDR2 development with speed bumps, price cuts and overall market adoption (from a manufacturer’s perspective). Thus far, we have seen the alleged introduction of DDR2 at 800MHz+ speeds, memory prices are fairly affordable and market adoption is on the rise albeit profit margins are dropping due to such low prices for memory makers, but that’s not something you, as a customer, needs to worry about. Read on at CoolTechZone.

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