Kingston ramping up DDR2 production

By Justin Mann on August 3, 2005, 11:00 AM
No doubt in response to the continued growth in adoption of the DDR2 Platform for Intel boards and the soon-to-come influx of Athlon boards touting DDR, Kingston, one of the most well known manufacturers of DRAM, has been increasing the volume of shipped DDR2 Modules.

This can only mean good things for the consumers. A greater volume means greater adoption into the market, and less cost per stick. Other companies, such as Micron, are also stepping up.

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