White Electronic Designs Corp. in Phoenix is offering a 2-gigabyte DDR SDRAM module based on fine-ball-grid-array (FBGA) packages. The module has 36 128-megabit by four DDR SRAM integrated circuits mounted on a 184-pin DIMM. Benefits include higher speeds because the FBGA packages move the device connections from metal leads along the side of the device to ball connections on the underside the device, which enables designers to use shorter line lengths from the semiconductor die, compared to thin small-outline packages. The device has clock speeds of 100, 133, and 166 MHz, phase-lock loop, and bidirectional data strobes. For more information contact White Electronic Designs online at www.wedc.com.