Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Does Micron Inc.'s 16G-byte DDR2 infringe Rambus Inc. patents? reports that:

Micron Technology Inc. has a new 16G-byte DRAM memory chip that is claims is the densest server-memory module on the market.

The 16G-byte module offers twice the capacity of memory modules available today, said Kevin Kilbuck, senior manager of strategic marketing and product development for Micron. "We are ahead of the pack in terms of density," he said.
Some of Micron's customers - server manufacturers - are reported to be evaluating samples. Commercial availability is projected for later 2006.

Micron's press release linked here.

Any Donkey musing . . . is it time for Rambus Inc. to add the server manufacturers to the list of defendants?

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