Lets's Talk Computers - Crucial Technology  May 1, 2004
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Crucial Technology
Interview on May 1, 2004
Memory     Guest: Mike Sanor
Crucial Technology is a division of Micron Semiconductor Products, Inc., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc. (NYSE: MU) Crucial provides high-quality memory upgrades, video cards, flash memory, and a host of products to enhance the entire computing experience, bringing cutting edge Micron technology to the end user. Micron was the first DRAM manufacturer to demonstrate and deliver a 4 Gigabyte (GB) Double Data Rate (DDR) synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) registered dual in-line memory module (DIMM).

Mike Sanor, Technical Support Manager for Crucial Technology, discusses double data rate (DDR) memory and the new memory products in store for us in the near future.
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