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Electronics Production | April 16, 2007

Qimonda and Advantest in partnership

German based company Qimonda AG has announced its cooperation with Advantest to develop a hardware set-up for GDDR5 (Graphics Double Data Rate 5) testing.
The cooperation aims for a cost efficient high volume test solution for GDDR5 graphics DRAM (dynamic random access memory) devices.

GDDR5 will become the next major graphics DRAM standard after GDDR3. GDDR5 memory performance will well exceed existing graphics standards. Its performance in addition to new features will make GDDR5 ideally suited for future high performance graphics applications like PC graphics cards or game consoles. The GDDR5 standard is currently jointly defined within JEDEC. The successful market entry of new I/O standards requires efficient manufacturability. The memory test is a major part of manufacturing.
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