Press Release: Crucial DDR Rising Fast!
Posted By Kathy Smith
Date: October 24, 2001
At Crucial Technology, one of the world’s largest
memory upgrade providers, we’ve noticed a trend in our memory sales we thought
you might find interesting.
OCTOBER 30, 2001- Crucial double data rate (DDR) synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) is quickly climbing the ranks of our top-selling memory upgrades. In fact, the evolutionary new memory type is Crucial’s fastest growing computer memory product, averaging 42 percent growth in sales every month last quarter (July-Sept). That makes PC2100 DDR the second most popular type of memory currently sold at Crucial, second only to PC133 SDRAM.
Crucial started selling PC2100 DDR in April through its factory-direct Web site, www.crucial.com. The next-generation technology is specifically made to handle faster data transfer rates of today’s CPUs, allowing them to reach peak performance. Right now at Crucial.com you can get 128MB DDR for about $16 and 256MB for under 30.
To find out more about Crucial and DDR, check out our Media Toolbox at http://www.crucial.com/media. And please don’t hesitate to contact me if I can help with anything or answer any questions.
Crucial Public Relations