The last big news we heard from memory manufacturer Hynix was anything but positive news, Hynix has namely been convicted and forced to pay $306 million to Rambus. Now the world’s second largest memory circuit manufacturer has announced it will try to strengthen its position on the graphics memory market. Hynix has lately been losing a lot of market shares to the arch rival Samsung Electronics and the recently assembled team will be dedicated to developing and manufacturing memory chips for graphics cards, a total of 150 employess makes up the team. The GDDR market is expected to grow by 10% this year and is expected to hit a value of about $2.7 billion in 2006, making it quite a big market with lots of possibilities.


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