Santa Clara, Calif. - Elpida Memory (USA) Inc. is sampling 512-Mbit, DDR-II SDRAMs with twice the speed of DDR-I devices, at 533 Mbits/second, and 30 percent lower power consumption. They have an SSTL 1.8-volt standard interface and features such as on-die termination for maximum signal integrity, off-chip output driver impedance calibration, differential strobe and several bus utilization enhancements. Jun Kitano, director of technical marketing, said the enhancements require only minimal design changes.The parts are built in a 0.13-micron process.
Now sampling are the 32M word x 4 bit x four-bank EDE5104G; the 16M word x 8 bit x four-bank EDE5108G; and the 8M word x 16 bit x four-bank EDE5116G. Each is priced at $250 in lots of 1,000. Volume deliveries are planned for the first quarter of 2003.
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