Tom Trill, director - DRAM marketing, Samsung Semiconductors, said, "With demand for DDR2 at its highest level, since it made its market debut in 2004, our 80 nm technology provides us with the ability to more efficiently support the sustained demand growth that is expected in the DDR2 marketplace this year."
Gartner Dataquest - a semiconductor industry research organization, predicts that DDR2 memory will make up more than half of the entire DRAM market in 2006.
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