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Elpida Begins Sample Shipments of Industry's Smallest 2-Gigabit DDR3 SDRAM

Elpida Begins Sample Shipments of Industry's Smallest 2-Gigabit DDR3 SDRAM

 

Elpida Memory, Inc., Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced that it had begun sample shipments of its new 2-gigabit DDR3 SDRAM (product names: EDJ2116DEBG and EDJ2108DEBG) geared for use in consumer electrical appliances. The new SDRAM is the industry's smallest 2-gigabit DDR3 that supports an x16-bit I/O interface.

 

The new 2-gigabit DDR3 SDRAM is well suited to consumer electrical appliances. It meets the high-speed DDR3-1600 (1600Mbps) standard likely to become the mainstream memory speed standard in 2011, uses energy-efficient 1.35V for the DDR3L-1333 memory speed and is compliant with DDR3-Plus (seamless BL4 access) for upgrading the performance of consumer electrical appliances.

 

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Compared with Elpida's existing x16-bit I/O products for use in consumer electrical appliances the new SDRAM uses 30% less current and its low 1.35V operating voltage increases its attractiveness as an eco-friendly DRAM.

 

Product Features:

 

• x16-bit/x8-bit I/O

 

• DDR3-1600 high-speed access

 

• 1.35V operation for DDR3L specification

 

• DDR3-Plus (seamless BL4 access)

 

• Data output buffer can be set to low output (RZQ/5)

 

Target applications:

 

• Digital TV, BD players, BD recorders, set top boxes and other consumer electrical appliances

 

• Tablet PCs

 

Following sample shipments mass production is expected to get underway in the first quarter of CY 2011.

 

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