It appears that all of the Amp 30 pin SIMM sockets are now "Pending
Obsolescence". Are there other socket vendors that have long-term plans
for selling 30 pin SIMM sockets?
The Dallas TINI just went through this problem with their 68 pin SIMM's.
They finally decided to drop the 68 pin SIMM and go to the 72 pin form factor.
It worries me just a bit to be dependent on single-in-line-MEMORY-module
form factors, as memory modules go obsolete almost as fast as processors.
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