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Computex Mosel Vitelic has been showing off 256Mb DDR SDRAM on its stand at the Computex tradeshow in Taiwan.

The company's display showed off the 256Mb DDR with these chipsets: VIA's Apollo Pro 266; the ALiMAGiK1; and the SIS 635.

It also boasted a "512Mb registered DDR module for server/workstation" using AMD's 760 multi-processing set up, on a Tyan Thunder mobo.

"DDR is picking up volume," said marketing director Mohammad Shakaib Iqbal. "I think DDR sales are higher than Rambus."

He said the 256Mb DDR would be available in volume in Q4. It comes in PC133 and PC100 versions.

Mosel Vitelic is launching its 256Mb DDR on Thursday afternoon at a press conference at Computex. ®

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