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February 19, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Anamartic Ltd, Cambridge, and Fujitsu Ltd, Tokyo put a little flesh on the bones of their waferscale memory chip project at the conference on Friday, saying that the initial product would be a 6 wafer of 1M-bit memory chips in 1.3 micron CMOS, linked by Anamartic’s ingenious circuitry and software, and that the wafer would hold 202 chips for maximum capacity of over 15Mbytes if all chips were good – 150 good chips is thought likely. 200Mb modules are planned.

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