Tuesday, October 09, 2007

[Korea.net News, Science / Tech, September 12 2007] Samsung develops DDR2 DRAMs using 60-nano technology

Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. said Wednesday (Sept. 12) that it has developed 2-gigabit double data rate (DDR) 2 dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips using its 60-nano technology.

Samsung, the world's largest computer memory-chip maker, said it will start mass production of the new DDR2 DRAMs, which boast faster data-processing speed and consume less power than ordinary DRAMs. They are mostly used in personal computers.

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