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Chipset firm Via said it has now validated seven dual inline memory modules (DIMMs) from different manufacturers for its Apollo Pro 133 chipset. The parts come from Fujitsu, Hitachi, Infineon-Siemens, Micron, Mitsubishi, Samsung and Toshiba. Eric Chang, senior product marketing man at Via, said: "We were early to recognize the potential of PC133 and have worked very aggressively to establish the standard." Via said it is also working with mobo manufacturers and OEMs to enable the standard. It has seven mobo manufacturers supporting its chipset so far. ®

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