Infineon samples 1GB DDR memory

— 2:35 AM on January 23, 2001

The press release is here.

Munich/Germany – January 22, 2001 – Infineon Technologies (NYSE: IFX) announces that it is sampling the highest-density 1-GB DDR module, a registered DIMM organized 128Mbit x 72. The PC1600 module is made using 36 components of 256 Mbits each, and employs stacking to achieve the highest density available today for DDR modules.

Infineon also announced that its 256MB DDR SDRAM module has been validated for use in DDR platforms based on devices from Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

1GB PC1600 memory. For more details, grab the PDFs.
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