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Advanced Memory International (AMI2) has started offering printed circuit board (PCB) reference designs for high-end PCs, workstations and servers. AMI2 is a non-profit group representing the DRAM industry and the move is an attempt to simplify DRAM design and speed its adoption. Uniform reference guides and documentation are being made available to manufacturers and system builders. The move is intended to make life easier for OEMs, saving them development time and cutting the risks involved with design. The PC2100 DDR DIMMs (Dual In-line Memory Modules) on offer are designed to give the best in overall performance and the highest bandwidth with the lowest latency of any DRAM module. The reference designs can be downloaded free from the AMI2 Web site, under the "gerber files" category. ®

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