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Taiwan's Nanya Completes First Self-Developed 20nm 8GB DDR 4 DRAM

By Korbin Lan
Published: Dec 18,2017

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwanese DRAM manufacturer, Nanya Technology Corporation announced that they have completed their first independently-developed 20nm process 8GB DDR 4 DRAM, and after having obtained PC companies’ certification, they will begin shipments this month. This marks Nanya's return to the personal computer market after pivoting towards niche DRAM.

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After spending nearly a year on R&D, Nanya Technology Corporation have completed their first 8GB 4 DRAM product, and having obtained major PC manufacturing certification, they will begin shipments this month. Currently, this makes them, along with Samsung, SK hynix, and Micron, one of the few companies with the capacity to manufacture DDR4 DRAM using a 20nm process.

Nanya stated that through the use of stacked packaging technology, the 8GB DDR 4 DRAM memory modules can be increased to capacities of 16GB and 32GB in order to satisfy the requirements of personal computer and server markets. Hence this is a major breakthrough in the development of Taiwanese DRAM.

Nevertheless, Nanya also explained that in addition to the server market, in the future they will focus their attention on markets for more AI product applications, high-resolution smart TVs, and set-top boxes and that they will not directly compete with Samsung, SK hynix, and Micron.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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