Kingmax annuncia moduli SoDimm DDR400 da 512MB
Con il seguente comunicato stampa ufficiale, Kingmax Semiconductor annuncia la disponibilità di nuovi moduli di memoria di taglio da 512MB DDR400 in formato So-DIMM:
"Kingmax, Taipei Oct 30 2003- Kingmax Semiconductor Inc., a leading memory module maker renowned for the stable quality, leading specifications, and high performance of its products, has successfully developed the world's first high-capacity 512MB DDR400 (PC-3200) SO-DIMM, providing a memory upgrade solution exclusively for the latest desknote computers. The new SO-DIMM excels in function and performance, providing good heat dissipation, high compatibility, and high reliability, and fully accommodates users who wish to upgrade their desknote memory modules.
KINGMAX 512MB DDR400 (PC-3200) SO-DIMM Product Features:
l 200-pin 400MHz (PC-3200) DDR memory module
l CAS Latency 2.5 l 2.5V VDD
l Very small package size(about 1/2 of standard TSOP assembly)
l Superior performance
l Good heat dissipation
l Lifetime warranty
After the first "desknote" computer hit the market, many world's well-reputed notebook computer manufacturers released their own desknote computers (also known as desktop-solution notebook computers). These companies produced models based on similar concepts with processors that matched those of desktop computers, but were produced at a lower cost than portable notebook computers. Desknote computers are becoming more and more common, as even more manufacturers are releasing desknote computers that have smaller displays and high portability, and are closer in price and performance to desktop PCs.
In response to market demand, various advanced desknotes have been released, which support high-speed 400MHz (PC-3200) memory modules. Following the release of its highly praised 256MB DDR400 (PC-3200) SO-DIMM, Kingmax Semiconductor now leads the industry with the release of its high-capacity 512MB DDR400 (PC-3200) SO-DIMM, which uses Kingmax's proprietary Tiny BGA technology to package 16 32M*8 DRAM chips. The latest memory module is pushing capacity to new limits - it has a six-layer PCB, consume very little energy at a working voltage of 2.5 Volts, is highly compatible, and has been exclusively designed to meet the memory upgrade needs of desknote computers users."
I moduli sono prodotti in package TinyBGA che permette, oltre alla realizzazione di dispositivi dalle dimensioni contenute, una migliore dissipazione del calore e minori costi di produzione, che rendono questi moduli particolarmente competitivi in confronto con moduli prodotti con tradizionale package TSOP.
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