DDR gets a boost.
SUNNYVALE, CA--April 25, 2001--AMD today announced that CMTL (Computer Memory Test Labs) will test and certify Double Data Rate (DDR) memory modules for compatibility on AMD processor-supported PC platforms. Certification is designed to help enable the widespread availability of cost-effective and reliable DDR modules to customers worldwide. CMTL, an industry standard for memory module compatibility testing, performs a battery of tests to ensure compatible and reliable operation among combinations of memory modules from different manufacturers. CMTL has developed a memory module compatibility certification program to evaluate DDR memory performance.The rest of the press release is here.
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