Elpida makes The new 2-Gigabit Mobile RAM

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Japanese company Elpida announced that its experts managed to create the world's first wireless memory DDR2 Mobile RAM, whose density is 2 Gbps. Dvuhgigabitny memory chip is built on standards of 50 nm process technology and operates at the level of tension in the 1.2 volts. The rate of data transmission from him is 800 Mbps. Such chips can be used in high-end mobile phones, as well as netbooks and mobile Internet devices (MID).

According to Elpida, the first samples of a new mobile memory with high density will be shipped to partners in the next month, and its mass production should start in the first half of 2010. The device memory will be available in a frameless chip for use in package SiP (System in Package), MCP (Multi-chip Package) and other multi-packs, and may also join in the configuration of PoP (Package on Package).


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