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Powertech to package Elpida DDR2 from September
Amy Lee, Taipei; Jack Lu, DIGITIMES

Powertech Technology will begin packaging 512Mbit DDR2 for Japan-based Elpida Memory from September, using micro-BGA (ball-grid array) technology from Hitachi Cable, the company said.

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