TwinMOS PC2700 Passes Intel
Full-Loading Test Validation
August 23, 2002, Taipei
- The DDR 333MHz computer system has finally received Intel approval. At
the same time, TwinMOS PC2700 memory modules have once again taken the lead by
passing Intel’s strict full-loading test validation.
In June 2001 at Computex Taipei,
TwinMOS was the first to promote the TwinMOS PC2700 (DDR 333MHz) memory modules,
which quickly became a leading product in the computer assembly market. In
November of that year, the Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council (JEDEC)
inspired a broad discussion, and after many international, industry-wide
debates, the specification standards for the PC2700 (DDR 333) were finally
decided in April, 2002.
The reason TwinMOS passed
qualification to support Intel’s 845GE, 845PE mainboard chip for the DDR 333 MHz
is due to the experience of TwinMOS in volume production and R&D capability,
and also because:
1. TwinMOS circuit boards match
the electronic specifications of JEDEC standards, and utilize professional
2. All memory modules developed
by TwinMOS pass chipset mainboard certification by Ali, AMD, Intel, SiS, and VIA
before general market release.
3. The TwinMOS full-loading test,
production processes, and quality control have all passed certification by
world-renowned computer system manufacturers and for OEM production of memory
is expected in the third quarter of 2002, that Intel, AMD, nVIDIA and other
large companies will provide more support for the DDR 333MHz chipset, which will
lead 333MHz memory to converge with mainboards and become a new industry trend.
In the fourth quarter the DDR 333MHz will quickly capture 40% of the