South Korean chip giant Hynix Semiconductor Co. said Sunday that it plans to start mass producing dynamic random access memory chips based on the latest 50-nano technology next month.
Hynix Semiconductor, the world's second-largest memory
chip maker, said it will begin the mass production of
54-nano DRAMs, more productive and faster than existing
66-nano chips, in May after a trial run.
Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics started mass-producing DRAMs based on the 56-nano technology, this month.