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Fujitsu has claimed that it has managed to increase the capacity of ferro-electric RAMs (FeRAMs), according to Japanese reports. That follows a similar claim from Hyundai towards the end of last week, reported here. The reports said that FeRAMs, which will eventually displace DRAMs, will reach up to one Mbit. The technology is expected to arrive sometime in the year 2000, with the market then worth around $4 billion. ®

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