Samsung develops DDR4 with 10GB/s data processing

Posted on Thursday, October 27 2005 @ 11:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Samsung announced it has developed a 256Mb DDR4 DRAM device that can process data at a speed of up to 10GB/s.
Since introducing the industry's first GDDR in 2000, Samsung Electronics has become the first to secure a full lineup of GDDR memory technology with GDDR2 in 2002 and GDDR3 in 2003. The GDDR4, whose 32 pins each process 2.5 GB per seconds, can transmit data equivalent to four DVD-quality movies per second.
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