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CHICAGO & SAN DIEGO (May 21, ) – U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) and Kyocera Communications Inc. have announced that the waterproof, shock-proof Kyocera Hydro XTRM is available online today and will be in stores on May 24 for $ after instant rebate. The 4G LTE Hydro XTRM has Military Standard G certification for shock and drops and carries IP57 certification for protection against . Kyocera Hydro XTRM (CDMA) This Android phone sports a waterproof, durable body, 4G LTE, front camera, and a large battery. It also sports Android , eco-mode software for conserving battery life. From multi-tasking moms to parcel delivery drivers, Hydro is the waterproof, shock resistant smartphone that offers durability and performance. Certified dust proof and waterproof for IPprotection against dust and water immersion for up to 30 minutes in up to feet (1 meter) of water/5(14).
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Platform Conference 2021: HyperTransport 2.0, DDR II and others
Unfortunately, our Western colleagues did not actively cover the Platform Conference 2021 forum held this week in California. But in vain, because it is this event, in view of the celebration of the Chinese New Year, which has begun today, may remain the most interesting event of the week. Well, let’s turn to pedantic Japanese sources for details.
We will leave the story about the release of processors with the Barton core, which is being prepared in February by AMD, for the time being, since the time of the official announcement of these chips is already, as they say, not far off, then a full bunch of details will be issued. Additionally, it should be noted that AMD does not deny the possibility of the new Athlon XP family of chips supporting 400 MHz FSB, which may become an additional help for the sale of motherboards based on the NVIDIA nForce2 chipset.
AMD also unveils plans for the HyperTransport Consortium on the next generation of HyperTransport v2.0, the final version of which is expected to be presented at the end of this year or early 2021. According to preliminary data, specifications HyperTransport 2.0 will describe performance up to 3-5 Gbps per pair of physical contacts, while the 16-bit HyperTransport bus will be able to provide performance up to 20 Gb / s, 32-bit – up to 40 Gb / s. The current version of HyperTransport describes a performance of 1600 Mbps per pin, up to 1,.8 Gb / s on 32-bit bus. An expanded version of the current standard, HyperTransport 1, was presented last week.05, and consortium members are now developing a program to ease the transition of other companies to HyperTransport-enabled products.
Fiber Optic Version of HyperTransport Expected Toward End of Year.
From the speech of representatives of the committee for the adoption of the DDR II memory standard at JEDEC, it became known that the official name of the new generation of DDR memory will look like this – DDR II, while DRAM modules on DDR II chips will be labeled something like this:
- PC2-3200 – DDR II 400 3.2Gb / s
- PC2-4300 – DDR II 533 4.3 Gb / s
- PC2-5400 – DDR II 667 5.4 3.2 Gb / s
- PC2-6400 – DDR II 800 6.4 3.2 Gb / s
By the way, regarding the adoption of the DDR400 (PC3200) standard, the opinion was expressed that the industry is simply not ready at the present time for the widespread adoption of DDR II, mainly due to economic reasons. This is why the adoption of the intermediate DDR400 standard is really relevant.
At the conference, Micron Technology demonstrated a working system with memory modules based on DDR II-533 (PC2-4300) chips. According to the speech of Micron representatives, who presented a detailed story about the nearest plans to release memory products for all market sectors, in the first half of the year the company intends to start releasing dual-channel modules based on DDR333 chips (2.5-3-3), and in the second quarter – dual-channel modules based on DDR400 chips (2.5-3-3) at H2 2021.
Micron’s story was closely tied to Intel’s plans to release next-generation processors, in particular, Intel 875P (Canterwood), Intel 865PE (Springdale-PE), Intel 865G (Springdale-G) chipsets expected in the second quarter, with FSB support 800 MHz and DDR400 memory, for the future – with Tejas core and FSB 1066 MHz. It was then, according to Micron representatives, that the mass production of DDR2-400 / 533 chips will become relevant. Next year Micron will master the production of Dual Channel modules based on DDR533 (4-4-4), DDR333 (2-2-2) and DDR400 (3-3-3) chips. Laptops will acquire support for DDR2-533 memory, according to Micron, only in the second half of 2021
of the year.
Samsung plans to start mass production of 512 MB DDR400 chips in April 2021. The company plans to achieve approximately 50% of the production of DDR333 / 400 chips of the total volume of memory produced in the second quarter and reach 80% by the end of the year. Until 2021, the company sees no real demand for DDR II memory in desktop systems and will focus on releasing mainly DDR400.
Infineon presented samples of its PC2-5400 modules based on DDR II 667 chips at the conference.