Samsung DDR333 has been validated by Intel
Samsung has received validation for the complete product range of DDR333 SDRAMs from Intel. The DDR333 products include modules with storage densities of 512, 256 and 128 Mbit. Samsung is thus offering the world's most extensive range of high-performance DDR SDRAMs validated by Intel.
In January 2002, Samsung set a milestone in DDR SDRAM technology when the company introduced the first DDR400 memory to the market. In July, the leading chipset manufacturers nVIDIA, SiS and VIA were able to demonstrate the functionality of the DDR400 memory modules on demo motherboards during the Platform Conference in San José, California. We have also already looked at this memory in our Memory Roundup .
Incidentally, the market researchers at Dataquest predict that DDR SDRAMs will account for 41 percent of the Reach the world market for DRAMs and that this share will grow to 66 percent in 2003. Also in 2003, the share of high-performance DRAMs of the types DDR333 and DDR400 will make up 50 percent of the overall DRAM market.