AMD wants to promote DDR memory
While Intel not long ago sold the Pentium 4 in a package with Rambus memory, AMD is now planning to tackle a similar 'project' to make double data rate SDRAM memory even stronger in the market establish.
For this reason, Micron Technology, which is known for good memory, has teamed up to in order to offer their double data rate chipset, the AMD-761, to mainboard manufacturers with 128MB of working memory from memory specialists in the third quarter of this year. However, it remains to be seen whether this will be successful, because VIA had finally started a similar campaign, which, however, only contributed to increasing sales of DDR-SDRAM for a short time. Nonetheless, one should not forget that the increasing number of chipsets with the support of double data rates will continue to increase in the future, so that sales figures for this memory will inevitably increase.