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Hynix builds Faster 1-Gigabyte Mobile DRAM

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Mass production next year

 

Hynix Semiconductor has developed what it claims is the world's fastest and smallest 1-gigabyte mobile DRAM.

According to a press release, the company plans to start mass production in early 2008 and the chip will mainly used in mobile phones. The chip can operate at 200 MHz and can processing 1.6 gigabytes of data per second.

The new DRAM also allows its data processing speed and method to be adapted to what ever device using the chip.

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