"Micron Technology has announced the availability of DDR SDRAM 32-bit DIMM modules. The 32-bit DDR DIMM opens the door to higher performance levels and greater bandwidth without sacrificing board real estate occupied by the memory sub-system. The 32-bit data bus width is common in electronic devices such as printers and set top boxes devices, whereas the standard desktop PC-based DIMM uses a 64-bit data bus. "
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