- Dean Schroeder
Advanced Validation Labs, Inc.
For Release 11:00 a.m. EST, December 11, 2001:
Advanced Validation Labs Announces
Intel-Certified DDR SO-DIMM System Validation Services
AVL Now Offers a Complete Line of Intel-Certified
SO-DIMM, Unbuffered and Registered DDR DIMM Validation Services
Fountain Valley, CA - (December 11, 2001), Advanced Validation
Labs®, Inc. (AVL) announced today that it has received certification
by Intel® Corporation to provide PC1600 and PC2100 SO-DIMM system
validation services. AVL customers, including DRAM manufacturers, PC OEMs, motherboard
manufacturers, and memory module manufacturers, will benefit from this validation program
by ensuring their readiness to support the DDR SO-DIMM launch in portable platforms in 2002.
"The transition of high-performance notebooks from SDRAM memory to higher performance DDR memory
will be a key factor in maintaining strong notebook sales in 2002," said Larry Ho, director of
technical labs, AVL. "AVL continues to deliver an easy "one-stop" approach to validation
services that ultimately improves our customers' ability to simplify their process and speed
AVL's certification to provide SO-DIMM validation services is the latest addition to AVL's broad
portfolio of validation services. This new capability complements AVL's existing validation
programs covering SDRAM and RDRAM memory chip and system validation services. AVL DDR validation
services, which have been certified by Intel, now include:
Intel validation results will be posted at:
- DDR200 memory chip validation
- DDR266 memory chip validation
- PC1600 DDR DIMM validation (unbuffered) on Intel desktop reference platform
- PC1600 DDR DIMM validation (registered) on Intel server reference platform
- PC2100 DDR DIMM validation (unbuffered) on Intel desktop reference platform
- PC1600 DDR SO-DIMM validation on Intel notebook reference platform
- PC2100 DDR SO-DIMM validation on Intel notebook reference platform
"Over the last two years, AVL has consistently supported the industry's leading DRAM
manufacturers, PC OEMs, and other customers in ensuring that their products meet Intel's
functionality and compatibility requirements, resulting in smoother launches of computers
with the latest memory technologies," added Ho. "DRAM and module suppliers can begin validating
their DDR SO-DIMM module designs immediately."
About Advanced Validation Labs, Inc.
AVL continues to provide a wide range of testing and validation services to technology
designers and builders. Advanced Validation Labs, Inc. offers the following validation
services certified by Intel Corporation: RIMM System Validation, PC133 and DDR
SDRAM Validation, PC133 and DDR RLC Validation, PC133 and DDR System Validation.
Advanced Validation Labs, Inc. also offers the following validation services certified
by Rambus Inc.: RDRAM, RDRAM RLC, RIMM Module, and Continuity RIMM Module validation,
and services certified by VIA Technologies: PC1600 Validation; PC2100 Validation. More
specific information on AVL's testing services can be found at www.validationlabs.com.
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Services at Advanced Validation Labs, 17800 Newhope Street, Suite B, Fountain Valley,
CA 92708, (714) 435-2630.
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