DDR-III standard already in progress
Although the DDR-II standard for memory chips has not yet been approved, JEDEC is already working hard on the DDR-III standard. For the time being, however, only the first suggestions for the standard of the future are being collected.
As the JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council) announced, the key data of the standard are still a long way off. However, they are working on an overall solution for memory chips, modules, registers and buffers. Like its predecessors, DDR and DDR-II, DDR-III should also be usable everywhere, from laptops to servers. However, the change to DDR-II has not yet been completed, let alone DDR-400. Intel and VIA are currently working on a short-term solution that will provide chipsets with two DDR channels.