e-inSITE is reporting that Team DDR has validated DDR memory modules from NEC, Infineon, and Samsung.
“It doesn’t not say that volumes are shipping today, but it takes away the road blocks and uncertainties that would have been there from OEMs.”
Moreover, Digit-Life has a news blurb saying that the AMD-760 chipset will undergo a revision and will be out by December. There is more about VIA and ALi's DDR plans. For those fortunate enough to attend Comdex, ALi will be hosting a DDR demonstration according to this press release.
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