Elpida Creates World’s Fastest DDR3 SDRAM at 2Gbps

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Elpida Memory Inc has come up with a 1GB DDR3 SDRAM module that is capable of achieving speeds of up to 2Gbps, topping the fastest industry standard of 1600Mbps. The module is also very energy efficient, requiring 35% less current than the company’s existing chips.

The chip should be popular for low-power devices as it can run at the current standard of 1600Mbps using only 1.35V as opposed to the usual 1.5V.

The breakthrough was achieved using 65nm process technology and mass production of the chip is slated for October this year.

For those who haven’t heard of Elpida before, they are a company based in Tokyo, Japan who specialize in the production of fast, high density, energy efficient DRAM. They were only established in 1999, yet have achieved a number of significant breakthroughs.

Elpida Press Release
Via: TechOn


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