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1Gbit mobile DRAM targets multimedia phones

Posted: 16 Feb 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Mobile DRAM from Micron

Micron Technology Inc. has introduced a 1Gbit mobile DRAM for high-end, feature-rich mobile phones with multimedia and computing features. The company will bundle the 1Gbit mobile DRAM with 1-, 2- and 4Gbit NAND flash memory, creating a powerful memory combination. The bundled Mobile DRAM and NAND package, commonly referred to as a multichip package (MCP), consumes less real estate in mobile phones, providing extra space to design in more features or create a sleeker, slimmer product.

Designed on the 78nm process technology, Micron's 1Gbit chip joins a family of Mobile DRAM products ranging from 64Mbit to 512Mbit. Micron's mobile DRAM products feature its exclusive Endur-IC technology, which leverages advanced stacked processes and a combination of other unique design methodologies to deliver low power, high quality, high reliability and overall greater performance to wireless, handheld products.

Micron will begin sampling the 1Gbit Mobile DRAM to strategic customers this month, with mass production expected in Q3. Additionally, Micron will begin sampling the 1Gbit Mobile DRAM and 1Gbit NAND MCP in Q2 this year and will begin sampling the 2Gbit and 4Gbit NAND MCPs this summer.

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