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2005-12-07 WEDC's Max-Vu tech integrated in HP Compaq tc4200 tablet PC
White Electronic Designs announced that its Max-Vu technology will be integrated into HP's "Enhanced Outdoor-Viewable Display" option for the HP Compaq tc4200 Tablet PC.
2005-07-07 WEDC unveils new RISC MPU
The new WED3C755E8M-XBHX multi-chip package from White Electronic Designs features a 755 RISC processor (E die revision), dedicated 1MB SSRAM L2 cache, configured as 128K x 72 on a 21-by-25mm, 255 HBGA.
2003-07-08 WEDC SSRAMs reduce active memory device count
White Electronic Designs Corp. has expanded their NBL SSRAM portfolio with the release of the W2Z1M72SJ35BC and W2Z512K72SJ35BC devices.
2002-08-14 WEDC ships Flash disk modules in SO-DIMM packages
The WED7GxxxATA33 DimmDrive single-chip Flash disk module has densities ranging from 16MB to 768MB in 144-pin SO-DIMM packages.
2005-07-20 WEDC rolls new DDR SDRAM
WEDC's new 512MB DDR SDRAM consists of sixteen 32M x 84 banks DDR SDRAMs in FBGA packages mounted on a 200-pin FR4 substrate.
2002-01-09 WEDC MCP for embedded control apps packs RISC processor, SSRAMs
The WED3C741016M-400BX multichip package combines a PowerPC 7410 AltiVec RISC processor with 2MB SSRAM L2 cache, and is aimed at embedded control applications where density and performance are required.
2002-10-21 WEDC introduce 72Mb NoBL SSRAM
White Electronics Designs Corp. has released what it claims to be the industry's first 72Mb No Bus Latency SSRAM.
2003-04-28 WEDC Flash memory saves 70 percent of board area
The W72M64V-XBX 3.3V Flash memory from White Electronic Designs Corp. is packaged in a 13-by-12mm, 159 PBGA package.
2003-04-16 WEDC Flash memory offers simultaneous R/W operation
The W72M64XV-XBX 2Mx64, 3.3V Flash memory device from White Electronic Designs Corp. allows simultaneous R/W operation.
2004-08-17 WEDC DDR SDRAMs offer wide variety of densities, heights
WEDC has developed a complete family of Double Data Rate SDRAM modules that target desktop PCs, notebooks, and compact and sub-compact computers.
2002-08-01 WEDC DDR SDRAM occupies less board space
White Electronic Designs has released 128MB DDR SDRAM MCPs that are designed to complement high performance memory controllers.
2002-07-05 WEDC 4MB SRAM has 16-by-18mm footprint
White Electronic Designs Corp. has announced the release of the WEDPS512K32-XBX 4MB SRAM that integrates four 512K-by-8 SRAMs into a single 16-by-18mm, 143-pin BGA package.
2006-11-22 Altera, WEDC collaborate on FPGA packaging for military use
Altera and White Electronic Designs will collaborate on a slew of packaging options for FPGAs for military applications.
2005-09-14 SDRAM offers space savings
White Electronic Designs introduced its 512MB DDR2 Registered SDRAM that is designed for AdvancedTCA, CompactPCI and VME applications.
2006-01-11 SDRAM module suits high bandwidth, high performance apps
White Electronic Designs announced the availability of its 512MB DDR2 SDRAM Registered with PLL. This device is a 2 x 32M x 72 DDR2 SDRAM high density module.
2005-09-01 SDRAM in PBGA offers 74% space savings, 51% I/O reduction
White Electronic Designs announced its 256MB (2Gb) Registered Double Data Rate Synchronous DRAM high-speed CMOS memory that is packaged in a 16-by-25mm, 400mm?, 208 PBGA.
2008-05-26 LCDs address commercial, military requirements
WEDC has expanded its family of enhanced LCD displays with the introduction of three standard displays aimed at a variety of applications.
2006-09-15 512Mbyte DDR SDRAM suits high-reliability apps
White Electronic Designs' SDRAM is organized as 64M x 72, packaged in a 25-by-32mm, 800mm?, 219 plastic BGA, which is suitable for high-reliability applications.
2007-10-30 2Gbyte DDR2 SO-DIMMs suit ATCA systems
White Electronic Designs's new DDR2 2Gbyte modules provide additional bits for error correction algorithms as well as address and command buffering, making them well suited for systems developed to meet the ATCA standard.
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