Micron loads up 78nm 2Bbit DDR2 chips

August 30, 2006 – Micron Technology Inc. says it has developed what it calls the world’s densest server memory module, a 16Gbit device built with 2Gbit DDR2 chips using 78nm process technology.

The module encompasses 72 of the 2Gbit chips, packaged as 36 4Gbit components and put together using the company’s TwinDie stacking technology, using fewer and shorter connection routes to speed up access and shrink the form factor.

Micron says it is sampling the 16Gbit modules to select customers, with commercial availability planned for later this year.


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