Taiwanese memory manufacturer Mosel Vitelic has announced plans to support the emerging PC133 standard by manufacturing compliant 64Mb and 128Mb SDRAMs. The new memory interface standard improves on the current performance delivered by PC100 and is supported in the logic chipset produced by Via Technologies, which has been coordinating the industry effort to create the PC133 standard. The chips are available now in sample quantities from Mosel and will ship in bulk later this month.
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