The new XDR is the fastest next-generation DRAM and can process data quantities equivalent to 500,000 newspapers or 10,000 books at the speed of 8GB per second. It will be used to run advanced multimedia devices such as game players, digital TVs, servers, and workstations to create higher definition images. Samsung also plans to produce during the first half of the year a 512 megabit XDR DRAM that can transmit data at the speed of 12.8 GB per second to lead the sophisticated DRAM chip market.
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