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SAN CLEMENTE, CA — January 29, 2001 — Legacy Electronics announces the availability of their new 1.16" height SDRAM DIMM, a CMTL-registered, 256-megabyte, PC133 SDRAM Dual In-Line Memory Module for local-area and wide-area network server applications. In addition to LAN and WAN server applications, the 1.16" SDRAM DIMM meets other space-limited design applications, including those requiring a 1U chassis fit.
The Legacy 1.16" DIMM is certified by Computer Memory Test Labs*, which means the unit has passed an exacting battery of tests and meets stringent standards for reliability. In regards to this unit, it also means that Legacy Electronics has maintained the highest manufacturing procedures.
The 1.16" SDRAM DIMM board can also be modified for 512-megabyte requirements.
The Legacy Electronics 1.16" DIMM incorporates the company's recently introduced, patent-pending Canopy® technology, a 3-dimensional printed circuit board subassembly and process technology which increases memory capacity without stacking, and reduces memory module manufacturing cost and reliability issues, including thermal failures.
The 1.16" SDRAM DIMM is available with a 1-2 week lead time, with price discounts for volume quantities. For more information on this new product or on Canopy® Technology, go to www.legacyelectronics.com.
Founded in 1993 and located among South Orange County, California's new high technology companies, Legacy Electronics is an ISO 9001 registered electronics component contract manufacturing firm, specializing in the design, manufacture and test of high-speed memory modules, printed circuit boards,and other computer products.
Legacy Electronics recently purchased and moved into a new 15,000-square-foot contract manufacturing headquarters facility in the Amanecer Industrial Complex in San Clemente. The move accommodates recent expansion and the purchase of $3 million in surface-mount technology (SMT) and automated test (ATE) equipment, as well as the hiring of additional personnel.
For Legacy Electronics company background, product, or service information, contact us at 949/498-9600, call toll-free at 888/466-3853, or go to www.legacyelectronics.com.
* CMTL, of Huntington Beach, California (www.cmtlabs.com), was established in 1997 with the goal of creating an industry standard for memory module compatibility testing.
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