Intel Corp. has pulled the plug on a project , code-named Greendale, to develop a chipset to support a mobile version of Direct Rambus DRAM, according to industry sources.
An Intel spokesman, when asked about the veracity of this report, reiterated the company's policy of not commenting on unannounced programs in development. He said Intel still expects to see a mobile Direct Rambus chip come to market in 2000 or 2001, and added that the company will support all customer needs for mobile Direct Rambus DRAM.
Rambus Inc., the Mountain View, Calif.-based designer of the chip, said Direct Rambus DRAM is uniquely suited for mobile applications because of its several power-saving modes, including standby and nap.
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