PSC: DDR2 bandwagon will not arrive until 2Q 2006

Even after adjusting its DRAM output toward more DDR production, Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation (PSC) has admitted that its DDR2 output is still outpacing demand and DDR2 will only rise to become the mainstream memory after the first quarter of 2006, according to company vice president and spokesman Eric Tang. Tang indicated that only about one-fourth of global desktop and notebook PCs currently adopt DDR2.

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