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Hynix touts 'smallest' 1Gbit mobile DRAM chip

Posted: 14 Aug 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:1Gbit mobile DRAM? smallest chip? Hynix technology?

Hynix Semiconductor Inc. announced it has developed what it claims to be the industry's smallest 1Gbit mobile DRAM.

Widely used in wireless and handheld applications, mobile DRAMs are designed in smaller and smaller packages reducing the size of the battery. Hynix's mobile DRAMs are designed to meet the memory requirements of feature-rich portable applications that demand high memory density, high throughput and very low power dissipation features in a small form factor package.

The 1Gbit mobile DRAM is one product in Hynix's family of "One Chip Solutions" that combine SDRAM/DDR DRAM interfaces, and x16/x32 organizations on a single chip, offering wire bonded options to meet the specific needs of the customer.

The product is also the first commercially available 1Gbit mobile DRAM built on Hynix's 66nm process technology. The finer processing geometry reduces die size but also improves speed and power characteristics of the device.

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