576 megabyte Rambus memory modules developed
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Samsung's 288Mbit DRAM chip:
Samsung yesterday said it had finished work on a 288Mbit DRAM chip based
on the Direct Rambus format.
The South Korean manufacturer announced plans to start mass production of
the semiconductor this month.
The article goes on to announce the development of "a 576-megabyte Rambus
in-line memory module (RIMM) using 16 288-Mbit RDRAM chips". No word on when the modules will be available, but Samsung predicts that Rambus will account for half of the DRAM market by 2002.