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The Korean press reported yesterday that Samsung has completed testing of a 1Gb DRAM module. The product has already started sampling and has been supplied to its partner Intel and to other PC vendors. The module, which uses a series of 256Mbit synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) chips is likely to be used in future generations of machines using advanced processors Intel is readying for next year. Meanwhile, the top five chaebols in South Korea are still on track for the swapping of their businesses on September 10, according to reports in the Korea Herald. ®

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