9/20/2004 - White Electronic Designs Corporation (NASDAQ:WEDC) announces it has successfully completed Intel® validation for its 2GB Double Data Rate (DDR) SDRAM module E7501 chipset.
The objective of the Intel® validation program is to verify DDR SDRAM compliance to the Intel® specifications for DDR and performance of supported DDR memory modules in Intel® reference systems, so as to provide a guideline for memory compatibility with Intel® chipsets. This validation is performed by an approved test lab on a small sample of components and modules and is intended to demonstrate supplier design and manufacturing capability.
White’s 2GB SDRAM is a 256Mx72 DDR SDRAM memory module based on 512 Mb DDR SDRAM components. The module consists of eighteen 256Mx4 stacks in 66 pin TSOP packages mounted on a 184 pin FR4 substrate. It measures 1.13 x 5.255 inches (28.70mm x 133.48mm) with a maximum .250 inches (6.35mm) package body thickness.
Pricing and Availability
White’s 2GB DDR SDRAM module is designated as part number W3EG72255S265AJD3 and is priced at $725.00 (US) each in volumes of 1,000 with a lead-time of 4-6 weeks.
White Electronic Designs Corporation designs, develops and manufactures innovative solutions for three high technology sectors in military, industrial and commercial markets; advanced semiconductor packaging, high-density memory products and state-of-the-art microelectronic multi-chip modules for data communications and telecommunications providers, defense and aerospace system suppliers; ruggedized high-legibility flat panel display for commercial/military aircraft and ordnance delivery systems; interface storage and retrieval devices, and electromechanical assemblies for OEM's in commercial and military markets. White is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and has design and manufacturing centers in Arizona, Indiana, Oregon and Ohio. To learn more about White Electronic Designs, visit our web site at www.wedc.com.
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