Viking's new flagship server memory DDR (double data rate) provides twice the memory bandwidth of earlier PC100 and PC133 DRAM products. This bandwidth improvement is reached by transferring data on both the rising and falling edges of the clock cycle, hence the name double data rate. The184-pin DDR-registered DIMM specification has been defined and standardised by the Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council (JEDEC). In a system with a 64-bit wide memory bus, DDR devices can reach peak bandwidth of 2.1Gbps at 266MHz as compared to mainstream PC100 (SDRAM) devices, which offer a performance of 800Mbps. DDR is available in models from 128MB to 2GB. The PC2700 will be released by August 10. Viking memory is protected with a life-time and reimbursement warranty and offers a free evaluation program. Viking's DDR memory is distributed in Australia by Norse Technology (02 9980 7402) and Accutek (03 9899 9222). Retail pricing varies depending on the state of the memory market.