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Development of other higher density SDRAM and DDR SDRAM, as well as Rambus DRAM and Virtual Channel Memory products is also ongoing.
NEC has been working on high density, high speed memory technologies such as its Virtual Channel Memory architecture, which it is proposing as a standard for graphics intensive applications.
Hyunudai and Infineon announced support of Virtual Channel Memory technology in February 1999 and September 1998, respectively.
today announced that it has concluded that the Virtual Channel Memory (VCM) technology does not infringe upon U.
In addition to the AK72's north bridge set support of Virtual Channel Memory (VCM), its south bridge chipset uses the VT82C686A, which supports ATA-66, 4 USB ports, AC97Audio, as well as AMR and Hardware Monitor.
The Aladdin-Pro 4 supports Pentium III and Pentium II CPUs, 100MHz Front Side Bus (FSB), and a variety of memory architectures including PC 133, PC 100 and Virtual Channel memory.
Its 733-MHz Pentium III CPU, 133-MHz Via Apollo chip set, 128MB of Virtual Channel memory, and nVidia GeForce graphics engine combine to make it the fastest machine we tested.
NEC is making every effort to improve profitability through a business strategy that levers its advanced high density, high-speed memory technologies such as its Virtual Channel Memory architecture that the company is proposing as a new standard to the industry because of its superior performance for graphics-intensive applications.