Infineon's 128-Mbit DDR SGRAM and RLDRAM

— 4:21 AM on April 13, 2001

Infineon, the company that is taking a bite out of Rambus, makes the news again. Here is their first press release.

Infineon Technologies (FSE/NYSE:IFX) today introduced a new 128-Mbit Double Data Rate (DDR) Synchronous Graphics RAM (SGRAM), for use in high-performance 3D graphics acceleration application. The new product enhances Infineon’s family of graphics memory for the growing 3D accelerator market, and follows the pioneering 32-Mbit DDR SGRAM, which contributed to the image quality improvements in 3D graphics.
Infineon also introduces RDRAM RLDRAM.
Infineon Technologies (FSE/NYSE: IFX) today introduced a new DRAM product line for the strongly growing market of networking applications. The “RLDRAM” (Reduced Latency DRAM) family combines three important features specifically needed in networking and cache applications; high density, high bandwidth, and fast random SRAM-like access.
EBNews has more on RLDRAM.
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