3/12/2003 - SimpleTech, Inc. (Nasdaq: STEC), a leading provider of Flash-based storage and custom and standard memory solutions, announces the 4GB DDR memory module, which incorporates the company's patented IC Tower(R) stacking technology to deliver the highest capacity currently available in a single unit module. The four-bank DIMM is offered in a standard 184-pin configuration, providing the ideal solution for high-end servers supporting memory-intensive applications.
"High-end servers require more and more memory to run today's applications. The ability to double the module capacity utilizing today's components in a cost-effective manner is the most critical design issue currently facing both chip makers and equipment manufacturers. SimpleTech is the first company that can deliver a 4GB module built with existing 512Mb components. By utilizing our patented IC Tower stacking technology, we are able to stack 512Mb devices to build a 1Gb component currently not available from device suppliers. Our 4GB solution doubles the capacity of the module from 2GB capacity currently available from other suppliers," said Kavous Vakilian, DRAM product manager for SimpleTech. "The 4GB module is the most cost-effective, high-capacity solution for business, industrial and consumer applications which increasingly require more and more memory. This product demonstrates SimpleTech's continued leadership in delivering the most innovative solutions available in DRAM component technology."
Engineering samples of the module, part number S4096M3RGA1, are available now. Distribution is scheduled to begin early in the second quarter. Pricing is expected to start at $3,200 in standard quantities.
SimpleTech, Inc. is a technology solutions provider offering products based on DRAM, SRAM and Flash memory technologies. Headquartered in Santa Ana, California, the company is a leader in the design, development, manufacturing and marketing of custom and standard memory solutions. For more information, visit the company's web site at www.simpletech.com
Previous Page | News by Category | News Search
If you found this page useful, bookmark and share it on: