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December 9th, 2005

Samsung develops 8-gigabyte memory module

Abstract:
South Korean electronics company Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has developed a technology that allows it to modularize 32 pieces of a 2Gbit DDR2 DRAM chip together with a logic chip to create a 8GB memory module for a server computer.

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