In addition to this latest DDR3 SDRAM, ISSI also offers a broad line of SDR, mobile SDR/DDR, DDR, DDR2, and DDR3 products, as well as a comprehensive line of asynchronous and synchronous SRAMs with densities from 64Kb to 72Mb, flash memory products, and analog & mixed signal products. ISSI supports a range of Known Good Die (KGD) devices in its portfolio.

Availability

Samples of the x16, in 1.5V and 1.35V options, the IS43TR16256A and IS43TR16256AL, are available in commercial and industrial temperature ranges, and the IS46TR16256A and IS46TR16256AL are available in automotive temperature ranges. Samples of the x8, in 1.5V and 1.35V options, will be available in Q2. Volume production shipments of the 4Gb are expected to begin in the second half of 2013.

About ISSI

ISSI is a fabless semiconductor company that designs and markets high performance integrated circuits for the following key markets: (i) automotive, (ii) communications, (iii) industrial, medical, and military, and (iv) digital consumer. The company's primary products are high speed and low power SRAM and low and medium density DRAM. The company also designs and markets NOR flash products and high performance analog and mixed signal integrated circuits. ISSI is headquartered in Silicon Valley with worldwide offices in Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, China, Europe, Hong Kong, India, and Korea. Visit our web site at http://www.issi.com/ .     

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CONTACT: Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc.         Ron Kalakuntla 408.969.4675         rkalakuntla@issi.com                  Tom Doczy 408.969.4620         tdoczy@issi.com                  Shelton Group         Leanne K. Sievers 949.224.3874         lsievers@sheltongroup.com

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