TwinMOS Launches DDRII-533 Micro-DIMM for Mini Notebook

TwinMOS today launches the PC2-4300/DDR2-533 Micro-DIMM, a module designed especially for sub-notebook and mini-notebook PCs that have become increasingly popular among users of consumer electronics. According to a market research report from – Gartner Dataquest, an estimated market share for sub-notebook / mini-notebook will increase to 17%, and it’s elegant and portable style has been a major notebook trend in Japan market. Last year TwinMOS has released PC2700/DDR333 172pin Micro-DIMM that is compatible with AsusTeK’s S52N mini-notebook model and other Japanese mini-notebook models. So with R&D leading capacity and long-term technical cooperation with major PC system builders and JEDEC origination, TwinMOS is here to announce its PC2-4300/DDR2-533 Micro-DIMM for new DDR2 memory generation.

Mini Notebooks -- laptops that are less than one inch thick, weigh below two kilograms and are equipped only with a build-in hard drive -- require memory modules that are different from those used in regular notebook PCs. The PC2-4300/DDR2-533 Micro-DIMM is made with the newest 32M*16 technology built on the mini-notebook PCB measuring 5.4-by-3 centimeters. The 32M*16 configuration makes computing even more powerful for a PCB with a size 40 to 50 percent smaller than that of a regular notebook PC memory module.

The module’s quality, stability and compatibility, made possible by the high-end 214-pin, PC2-4300/DDR2-533 PCB and FBGA packaging technology. While high-speed-transfer is the target of DDRII technology, in addition to following the JEDEC specifications, TwinMOS Technologies has designed the DDRII-533 Micro-DIMM for Intel’s Sonoma platform in accordance with the 4-bit Prefetch architecture of DDRII specification in order to burst transfer bandwidth to 5.3GB/sec. Secondly, TwinMOS Technologies has extensively reduced the power consumption of the product to 1.8V to lower the overall power consumption of notebook PCs and thereby extend the battery life. Thirdly, the ODT (On Die Termination) technology can reduce noise interference to enhance data accuracy by maintaining the waveform of signals. The OCD (Off Chip Driver) technology can improve the integrity of data transfer signals. Together with TwinMOS ISO9001/ISO14001-accredited processes, the DDRII-533 Micro-DIMM from TwinMOS Technologies iPublish Posts both performance- and quality-assured. If you are in the front trend of using a sub-notebook PC or a mini-notebook PC, TwinMOS Micro-DIMM is no doubt your best choice to equip for it.

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