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Fujitsu said that it is ready to start volume production of what it claims is the world's smallest 64Mbit synchronous DRAM conforming to Intel's PC 100 memory standard. The SDRAM chips, which use a .22 micron fabrication process, will begin shipping to its OEM customers in September, Fujitsu said. The devices have an area of 51.34mm, a clock speed of 100MHz and an access speed of 16 nanoseconds or less, the company said. Prices for the chips are set to be around $12 when bought in volume. http://www.fujitsu.co.jp/index-e.html

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