Monday, February 3rd 2014

I'M Intelligent Memory Announces High Capacity DDR2 SDRAM ICs

With capacities of up to 4 Gigabit per chip, I'M Intelligent Memory, a Hong Kong based fabless DRAM manufacturer, enters the market for industrial DDR2 memory components with their mission statement "Beyond Limits".

DDR2 SDRAM technology is the memory standard that most industrial applications have been designed around for years. I'M pushes this technology even further by offering higher capacities and wider temperature ranges than other manufacturers. The most common densities of DDR2 continue to be 512 Mb and 1 Gb. The larger capacities, such as 2 Gb and 4 Gb, are defined by JEDEC, but their availability from other manufacturers continues to be very limited. I'M Intelligent Memory focuses on the high end of DDR2 capacities with their 2 Gbit monolithic, 2 Gbit Dual-Die (DDP) and 4 Gbit DDP components in standard or industrial temperature ranges. For automotive customers, AEC-Q100 versions are also available.

Products from I'M Intelligent Memory available are:
2 Gigabit DDR2 SDRAM in x4, x8 and x16 configuration coming in FBGA60 or FBGA84 package, 2 Gigabit Dual-Die (DDP) DDR2 in x8 configuration with FBGA63 package and 4 Gigabit Dual-Die (DDP) DDR2 in x8 configuration with FBGA63 package.
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3 Comments on I'M Intelligent Memory Announces High Capacity DDR2 SDRAM ICs

#1
progste
I had no idea that there is still a market for ddr2 memory
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FreedomEclipse
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by: progste
I had no idea that there is still a market for ddr2 memory
A lot of mobile devices still use DDR2. Though DDR3 is cheaper to manufacture for obvious reasons
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Shinshin
Good, now make me a 2x4GB Sodimm for a reasonable price for f*** sake!
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