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First we had the Seven Dramurai, and now, we seem to have a recent, and largely unpublicised coalition between four large memory manufacturers.

The group, which calls itself, rather grandly, The Council for Computing Power, is made up of Infineon, Samsung, Hyundai and Micron.

The Council has a very strange Web site here, where there's a picture of some geezer in bib and tuck looking like he's just about to nosh some memory modules.

Unsurprisingly, the Council seems to be interested in selling more memory, but they don't seem to be bothered whether it's Rambus or SDRAM. And if you go this, related place, you'll find even more about the Council, which sometimes employs the tagline "Open up and RAM"...

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