Hynix announced today the availability of its industry-first 1Gb based 2GB DDR2 registered dual in-line memory module (RDIMM) for high performance and high-density DDR2 server and workstation applications. Hynix began delivery of its 2GB DDR2 RDIMM to major server manufacturers in April and will begin mass production in June to coincide with the release of various server and workstation DDR2 chipsets by Intel. The newly introduced 2GB DDR2 RDIMM is based on a 1Gb DDR2 component manufactured on the company’s leading edge 0.11-micron process technology and will support 400MHz and 533MHz.

Hynix Hynix 1Gb Based 2GB RDIMM

Hynix announced today the availability of its industry-first 1Gb based 2GB
DDR2 registered dual in-line memory module (RDIMM) for high performance and
high-density DDR2 server and workstation applications. Hynix began delivery of
its 2GB DDR2 RDIMM to major server manufacturers in April and will begin mass
production in June to coincide with the release of various server and
workstation DDR2 chipsets by Intel.

The newly introduced 2GB DDR2 RDIMM is based on a 1Gb DDR2 component
manufactured on the company’s leading edge 0.11-micron process technology and
will support 400MHz and 533MHz. Hynix is leveraging its leading position on 1Gb
DDR2 to bring to market an array of high-density DIMM solutions for a variety of
applications. Hynix believes there is a clear advantage to one rank 1Gb based
2GB DDR2 RDIMM as it allows customers to utilize the maximum amount of memory
(16GB) in high-density DDR2 server and workstation systems while the two rank
512Mb stack based 2GB DDR2 RDIMM option limits those same customers to only 8GB
of memory per system.