Elpida completes 65 nm DRAM shrink

  • Japan-based DRAM maker Elpida Memory has announced today that it has developed a shrunken version of its 1 Gb DDR2 SDRAM that delivers 20% more chips from a single 65 nnm-processed 300 mm wafer, or a 60% increase compared with wafers for 70 nm process products. Volume production of the new shrunken chip is expected to begin before the end of 2008 and will be shared among Elpida's Hiroshima Plant, its Taiwan-based Rexchip joint venture and its manufacturing partner Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC).

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