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Electronics Production | November 20, 2009

Elpida opens Munich High Speed DRAM Test Laboratory

Elpida Memory has officially open its High Speed DRAM Test Laboratory at its Munich Design Center.

The Munich Design Center began operations in May as a graphics DRAM (GDDR) development facility and has been focusing on GDDR design work since then. With the opening of the high-speed DRAM test laboratory, the Center now reaches full-scale operations. In August of this year Elpida acquired GDDR3/GDDR5 design assets from insolvent German chip-manufacturer Qimonda. In December Elpida plans to begin sample shipments of GDDR3 products that have already been evaluated within the Munich Test laboratory of Elpida. In addition, Elpida itself is developing a 2-gigabit GDDR5 that it plans to begin mass manufacturing in the second half of 2010. While business partnerships that will focus on post-GDDR5 next-generation graphics memory features are already being explored with GPU vendors, Elpida believes the highly advanced technology development capabilities of its Munich Design Center can play a central role in high-speed memory design and testing related to graphics memory.
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