Chip companies have announced plans to provide memory embedded in custom chips, which will fit straight onto motherboards.
Texas Instruments, Samsung, SGS-Thomson, TSMC and Siemens have all said they will make the chips, according to US reports.
The entry into the Dram market is new for SGS-Thomson. It offers a range of semiconductors and also produces Cyrix chips under a licence agreement.
The development will mean lower costs for assemblers and manufacturers. Production by some of the manufacturers is expected to start next year.
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