|“AMD is committed to providing innovative technology platforms and solutions that allow our customers to realize their full potential,” said Bob Brewer, corporate vice president and general manager of AMD's desktop division. “In the design of our upcoming native quad-core client processors, which we expect will be available in the second half of 2007, AMD is planning for DDR2-1066 memory support in our integrated memory controller with the expectation that it will be compatible with any future JEDEC standard that may be adopted. Dependent upon validated platforms and JEDEC support, AMD hopes Micron’s innovative DDR2-1066 memory modules will provide an exemplary DRAM technology that can extend existing system designs and offer next-generation memory performance at a competitive price point.”|
“The increasingly advanced graphic and video features implemented within our core logic chipset solutions are demanding ever greater memory bandwidth to ensure smooth system performance, and DDR2-1066 can cost effectively fulfill this need for multiple market segments,” said Chewei Lin, general manager of system platforms for VIA Technologies, Inc. “We see Micron’s DDR2-1066 as a good fit for our upcoming chipsets across all the leading processor platforms, and look forward to the performance boost it will afford both business and home users.” “The launch of Micron’s DDR2-1066 offers up an incredible combination of performance and value. Micron successfully takes the lead to present high-bandwidth DDR2-1066. We believe that the reliability, stability, and compatibility of Micron DDR2-1066 will be undoubtedly amazing. SiS, as a leading chipset innovator, is pleased to see the new product success, and at the same time, SiS is dedicated to developing the next-generation chipsets for supporting DDR2-1066,” said Daniel Chen, chief executive officer and president of SiS.