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2008-06-30 Elpida rolls 'first' 512Mbit DDR2 SDRAM with x32-bit I/O
Elpida Memory Inc. has developed what it claimed to be the first 512Mbit DDR2 SDRAM with x32-bit I/O configuration.
2002-05-29 Elpida RIMMs deliver 3.2GBps throughput
Elpida Memory Inc.'s 32-bit RIMMs incorporate two independent 16-bit RDRAM (18-bit for ECC) channels to deliver 3.2GBps throughput within the same space as single-channel RIMMs.
2006-01-26 Elpida returns to profitability
Elpida Memory returned to the black in its December-ended fiscal third quarter, though its operating profit came it at only one-fifth the company's earlier guidance.
2007-04-26 Elpida reports 103% sales growth in '06
Elpida Memory Inc.'s 2006 financial results registered growth, with its sales increasing more than twofold and its operating profits setting record feat.
2003-01-30 Elpida RDRAM operates to 1.066GHz
Elpida Memory has announced the availability of its 288Mb Rambus DRAM devices that operate at speeds of up to 1.066GHz.
2004-01-08 Elpida RAM devices improve power consumption
Elpida Memory has released its 64Mb SDR Mobile RAM devices that deliver low-power consumption and high-bandwidth performance to cellular products.
2004-08-25 Elpida puts two 256Mb RAM devices in one MCP
Elpida's new 512Mb Mobile RAM devices are designed to provide high-density and low-power consumption to cellular apps
2005-03-11 Elpida pours $960 million into second 300mm fab
Elpida Memory Inc. has made an investment of ?100 billion (about $960 million) on a second 300mm wafer fab under construction since last June.
2006-02-03 Elpida pleads guilty in DRAM antitrust case
Elpida Memory announced that it has reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to plead guilty to certain violations of U.S. antitrust laws in connection with certain DRAM sales.
2004-06-14 Elpida plans memory super fab
Japanese DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. plans to spend ?500 billion, or about $4.6 billion, over the next three years to build the world's biggest wafer fab.
2004-08-27 Elpida opts for IDT DDR2 DIMM support products
Elpida Memory Inc. has chosen Integrated Device Technology Inc. (IDT) DDR2 register and phase-locked loop (PLL) chipset for its 512Mb-based 2GB DDR2 registered DIMMs.
2003-09-10 Elpida memory devices receive Kingston nod
DRAM provider Elpida Memory has announced that their 512Mb DDR2 SDRAM devices have passed Kingston Technology Inc.'s verification testing.
2005-04-26 Elpida manufactures DDR2 SDRAMs using 90nm process
Chip maker Elpida Memory Inc. announced that it has begun manufacturing DDR2 SDRAMs using advanced 90nm process in its E300 Hiroshima plant this week.
2002-06-04 Elpida makes Rambus DRAM production plans
Elpida Memory Inc. reaffirmed its commitment to making Rambus DRAMs, saying it will shift production to its most advanced 0.135m manufacturing technology this year, and plans to produce the memories at a new facility using larger 300mm wafers next year.
2005-06-27 Elpida makes a 2Gb DRAM on 80nm process
Japanese DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. has developed a 2Gb DDR2 synchronous DRAM, the first device to use a 80nm manufacturing process, and the industry's highest capacity DRAM.
2006-12-28 Elpida makes 1Gbit, 512Mbit DRAMs at 70nm
Japan's Elpida Memory Inc. has begun mass production of the DRAM industry's first 1Gbit and 512Mbit DDR2 SDRAMs using 70nm process technology.
2005-07-28 Elpida leads wafer testing venture
Elpida Memory Inc. has linked with Advantest, Kingston Technology and Powertech Technology to form a start-up that the group says will become the world's largest wafer testing service.
2012-03-28 Elpida kicked out of Tokyo Stock Exchange
After filing for bankruptcy last February, Japan's Elpida has been formally delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange
2007-03-19 Elpida joins IMEC for sub-32nm design project
Japan DRAM manufacturer Elpida Memory Inc. has signed a multiyear contract that allows the company to join the IMEC research platform for sub-32nm geometries.
2005-03-14 Elpida invests in production equipment for 300mm facility
DRAM supplier Elpida Memory Inc. and Hiroshima Elpida Memory Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Elpida, disclosed the first phase of investment in manufacturing equipment for its second 300mm wafer fabrication facility, E300-Fab2.
2003-08-28 Elpida establishes new semiconductor company
DRAM manufacturer Elpida Memory Inc. has announced the establishment of a new semiconductor manufacturing company - Hiroshima Elpida Memory Inc.
2006-04-04 Elpida establishes $847M in financing options
Elpida Memory announced that it has established credit facilities having a total value of $847 million.
2008-03-19 Elpida enters Japan fab market with UMC
Elpida Memory and UMC have partnered to pursue semiconductor foundry opportunities in Japan.
2009-07-03 Elpida ends partnership with Powerchip
Japanese DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. is withdrawing from Powerchip Semiconductor Corp.'s board, gradually walking away from their partnership.
2004-05-21 Elpida DRAM eyes digital consumer apps
Elpida Memory has announced that it now offers an expanded line of 0.11?m, high-speed consumer DRAM devices for use in digital consumer apps.
2004-07-23 Elpida DRAM devices suit digital consumer apps
Elpida launched its latest offering in its line of 0.11?m, high-speed DRAM devices for use in digital consumer apps
2004-01-16 Elpida DIMMs have 4.3GBps data transfer rate
Elpida Memory has announced volume production of its 512Mb-based 2GB DDR2 registered dual in-line memory modules.
2002-06-19 Elpida develops data rate technology for DDR-II SDRAM
Elpida Memory Inc. has developed its latest circuit technologies and a low-impedance hierarchical I/O architecture that enables 1Gbps per pin operation with a 1.8V power supply in a multi-Gb DRAM.
2004-12-08 Elpida develops 90nm wafer process for DDR2 SDRAM
Elpida Memory Inc. has developed its new 90nm production process for high-performance DRAM products.
2003-12-11 Elpida deploys additional Mattson RTP systems
DRAM maker Elpida Memory Inc. has selected Mattson Technology Inc.'s 3000 RTP systems to be deployed at its 300mm fab in Hiroshima, Japan, where they join several Mattson RTP systems already in production. The systems will be used for next-generation device production and development of 110 nm and below RTP applications.
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