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2Gbyte DDR2 SO-DIMMs suit ATCA systems

Posted: 30 Oct 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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WEDC DDR2 2Gbyte modules

White Electronic Designs Corp. (WEDC) has expanded its high-performance memory module family with the release of three new DDR2 2Gbyte modules. In addition to the 64bit-wide SO-DIMM product family, WEDC also supports the 72bit SO-CDIMM and SO-RDIMM.

The new product configurations provide additional bits for error correction algorithms as well as address and command buffering. These features make the modules well suited for systems developed to meet the Advanced Telecommunications Architecture (ATCA) standard.

"Recent declines in the cost of the 1Gbyte DDR2 components are making the 2Gbyte modules a viable solution for boosting density in many socket-limited applications," said Mark Downey, director of marketing, commercial microelectronics division. "Our ability to provide all three form factors with no die or component stacking of any kind in addition to the cost decline of the 1Gbyte component is allowing us to achieve the price point our customers and the marketplace needs to make the transition to higher densities."

The products are available with data transfer rates of 400, 533 and 667MTps. The 72-bit wide configurations use a PLL to fan-out the clocks and are available with or without registered address and control signals.

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