Micron sampling 2-Gbit DDR3 components

Taylor, Colleen
November 2007
Electronic News;11/5/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 45, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch by Micron of the industry's first 2-Gbit double data rate (DDR) 3 component. Using 2-Gbit components, Micron can enable 8-GByte and 16-GByte modules for servers and 4-GByte modules for desktop and notebook computers. Micron said it is now sampling modules based on its 2-Gbit DDR3 component for server, desktop and notebook applications. Micron also announced the appointment of Robert L. Bailey to the company's board of directors.


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