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Samsung, Infineon and Micron have all launched low-power DRAM memories aimed at the next-generation of mobile systems and cell phones. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has announced development of a 32-megabit Uni-transistor RAM (UtRAM) said to be fully compatible with low-power SRAMs now used in mobile phones. Infineon Technologies AG and Micron Technology Inc. also announced low-power synchronous DRAMs for battery-operated handheld systems.

For more information, read siliconstrategies.com,theregister.co.uk and theregister.co.uk.

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