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Qimonda and Elpida to Form Technology Partnership

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  1. malware New Member

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    Qimonda AG and Elpida Memory, both leading global memory suppliers, today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for a technology partnership on joint development of memory chips (DRAMs). In the planned cooperation, Qimonda will provide its know-how with the innovative Buried Wordline technology and Elpida its advanced stack capacitor technology. The strategic technology cooperation will leverage the strength of both companies to accelerate their roadmap to DRAM products featuring cell sizes of 4F². The companies plan to introduce the jointly developed innovative 4F² cell concept in the 40nm generation in calendar year 2010 and to subsequently scale it to the 30nm generation.

    “This strategic cooperation with Elpida is a tremendous endorsement of our innovative Buried Wordline technology,” said Kin Wah Loh, President and CEO of Qimonda AG. “Qimonda will leverage this partnership to significantly accelerate the introduction of small 4F² cell sizes. This technology alignment of two major DRAM innovators creates excellent opportunities for greater economies of scale in R&D and future joint manufacturing activities.”

    Yukio Sakamoto, President and CEO of Elpida said “Our R&D effort has given us the lead in DRAM technology. In the tough, competitive industry that we are in, however, faster and more efficient development of new process technologies is becoming critically important. We believe this joint development agreement with Qimonda will further accelerate and strengthen our technology leadership, putting us on a path to the top position in the DRAM market.”

    The companies plan to jointly develop technology platforms and design rules to enable both exchange of products and potential manufacturing joint ventures. Both companies target to align their development activities at their respective sites in Hiroshima and Dresden, including the exchange of engineers. Additionally, the companies also have agreed to explore joint development opportunities in the areas of Through Silicon Via Technology and future memories.

    Following today’s Memorandum of Understanding, Qimonda and Elpida expect to conclude their negotiations and finalize definitive agreements in due course.

    Source: Qimonda
     
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    good more crap ram :nutkick: just what we need
     
  3. BumbRush New Member

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    meh, i havent had any problems with their ram, tho im not taking about clocking it, my last "good" elipta set was rated at 333 and did 430, thats not bad for ddr that cost me very little(think i payed 65bucks for 1gb)

    the only way i see valid complaits about ram are if they are being sold as overclocker ram but dont overclock for shit(ocz) or as higher speed then they can really do, or if they die easly.

    we just need to see micron and samsung and some others get more NEW highly clockable modules out ;)
     

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