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Samsung to mass produce 256Mb RDRAM

0.13 micron RDRAM by end of the year

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Samsung is moving into mass production of 0.15-micron 256Mb Rambus DRAM.

It has said the move to 0.15-micron, from 0.17-micron will improve yields by 30 per cent, and cut costs.

Samsung thinks the move will boost 256MB DRAM demand, and so it plans to introduce a 0.13-micron Rambus DRAM by the end of this year and a 'market affordable' 4 Bank Rambus DRAM within the first half of 2002. ®

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