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Appeared on: Thursday, April 03, 2008
Samsung Launches Lowest Powered DDR2 Memory for Servers

Samsung Semiconductor announced today that it is now mass producing the lowest powered, highest density DDR2 memory available for servers.

Samsung's new 2Gb-based DDR2 DRAM offers up to a 50 percent reduction in power at 1.55V, according to the company.

"By combining a 2Gb chip density with a 1.55 voltage using 60nm-class technology, we are delivering a tremendous value proposition to server OEMs," said Kevin Lee, vice president, technical memory marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.

The new 2Gb-based fully buffered DIMM DDR2 is being produced in 4GB and 8GB modules, using 60 nm (nanometer) process technology. Samsung also now offers a 1Gb low-power DDR2 chip, allowing it to provide a complete range of 1GB to 8GB low-power server modules.


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