KINGMAX Introduces New DDR2 Series Memory Modules

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KINGMAX Introduces New DDR2 Series Memory Modules

Post by newstech » Mon May 30, 2005 7:03 pm

"KINGMAX will introduce the "Mars" DDR2-800 desktop memory and the "Venus" DDR2-667 notebook memory at Computex Taipei 2005. These two latest products were developed using the industry's most advanced R&D facilities and testing equipment, and they are 100% compliant with EU RoHS standards."

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KINGMAX Introduces New DDR2 Series Memory Modules

KINGMAX,Taipei 2005/5/27 -- At a time when most memory makers possessed simple SMT assembly lines and purchased all their memory components from different vendors, Kingmax was already working to develop a fully-integrated vertical supply chain - from upstream R&D, and module manufacture to chip packaging and testing capabilities.

Today, Kingmax's newest and most advanced testing instrument - the T5593 - is online and fully functional. At US$10 million, only a handful of memory manufacturers use this highly advanced machine, and even specialized IC packaging and testing fabs have limited output capacity.

But as the world's leading memory module manufacturer, Kingmax knows the importance of heavy investment in R&D and testing and production equipment. Installation of the T5593 not only enables Kingmax to test higher clock-speed DDR2 memory, it also guarantees higher quality in every memory chip produced. As the global IT industry moves into the DDR2 age, Kingmax has already prepared a full line of DDR2 memory specifications for mass production.

Vertical supply chain integration not only provides advantages when testing and manufacturing equipment, but also allows Kingmax to maintain complete control of the entire production process - from IC chip testing and packaging to module assembly, manufacture and packaging. And with increasing attention on environmental issues, "green" production processes are fast becoming the norm throughout the industry. Therefore, KINGMAX and its supplier partners are working together to improve production processes to provide a cleaner and safer environment for future generations. Today, all memory modules shipped comply with the European Union's RoHS Directive (restriction of hazardous substances) as well as American, Japanese and mainland China environmental protection regulations.

KINGMAX will introduce the "Mars" DDR2-800 desktop memory and the "Venus" DDR2-667 notebook memory at Computex Taipei 2005. These two latest products were developed using the industry's most advanced R&D facilities and testing equipment, and they are 100% compliant with EU RoHS standards. This shows that KINGMAX not only aims to provide consumers with the highest quality memory products at reasonable prices, but is also fully committed to environmental protection.

Please see Kingmax's official website (http://www.kingmax.com) for more detailed information on our entire product range.

About KINGMAX

Kingmax is the first memory module maker in the world to possess advanced packaging and testing equipment. Its unique, patented TinyBGA packaging technology enables the production of extremely small-size memory modules with excellent heat dispersion and stability, shattering traditional technological limits by more than doubling memory capacity. Thus, Kingmax has a more direct advantage than its competitors in the new age of high-bandwidth DDR2 memory. Over six years of professional experience in the development, design, manufacturing and testing of TinyBGA memory modules ensures that Kingmax DDR2 memory products have the best quality and stability. All Kingmax memory products must pass a rigorous testing process before shipment and are guaranteed under a manufacturer's lifetime warranty. Providing consumers with the best memory module solutions is Kingmax's unwavering mission.
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