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|Micron Technology, Inc., First to Introduce Very Low Profile Mini
Boise, Idaho - Micron Technology, Inc. announced it is the first supplier
to provide PC2-5300 and PC2-6400 double data rate 2 (DDR2) very low profile (VLP) registered and unbuffered mini
dual-inline memory modules (MiniDIMMs) for the growing networking and communications equipment markets. Available in
densities of 256 megabyte (MB), 512MB, and 1 gigabyte (GB), the reduced height form factor (0.72in (18.29mm)) of
Micron’s VLP MiniDIMMs enables designers to integrate more modules in the same or less board space, thereby
improving performance in networking servers, routers, switches, gateways, hubs and bridges.
“The strong customer
interest in our VLP MiniDIMMs validates Micron’s strategic direction of providing innovative, forward-thinking
products to the enterprise networking market,” said Terry Lee, executive director of Advanced Technology and
Strategic Marketing for Micron’s Systems Memory Group. “Micron is currently the only company with immediate
availability of VLP MiniDIMMs, and we are demonstrating once again Micron’s leading design and technical expertise,
and our keen focus on delivering high-quality, reliable solutions to our customers.”
profile of Micron’s VLP DDR2 MiniDIMMs enables vertical socketing on the board, in contrast to traditional angled
memory sockets, and effectively reduces the total memory space footprint. This form factor can improve air flow,
which decreases device operating temperatures improving system reliability. VLP MiniDIMMs are backward compatible
with existing MiniDIMM sockets, enabling engineers to receive immediate benefits without any product redesign.
The PC2-5300 and PC2-6400 DDR2 VLP registered and unbuffered MiniDIMM production samples are
currently available, and volume production is expected in the fourth quarter of 2005.
Miércoles, 24 Agosto, 2005 - 09:50