DRAM gets to the core of the problem

Granville, Fran; Dipert, Brian
January 1998
EDN;01/01/98, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p14
Trade Publication
Introduces the product Virtual Channel DRAM by NEC Corporation. Features of the the product; Details on NEC's plans for the product; Contact information available.


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