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AUTOTIME: CONSUMERS SAVE $$$ RECYCLING COMPUTER MEMORY

 PORTLAND, Ore., March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Increasing memory capacity in personal computers to adapt to today's highly demanding computer programs have become increasingly popular in high-tech circles through the recycling of old computer memory chips, according to Autotime Corp.
 As this process is becoming more widely used, industry analysts forecast that the recycling innovation could save consumers millions of dollars over the next year.
 The process was created by a growing hi-tech company, Autotime, in response to a grassroots search by computer consumers to find a way to help maintain some semblance to their budget and still satisfy their skyrocketing needs for computer memory. The procedure revolves around a new memory board design. Thus the consumer can now add to, rather than replace, existing memory for pennies when the need to upgrade computer memory arises.
 A Customized Logic Chip is responsible for the memory decoding that allows the new memory form to work. Thus the magic of upgrading old 256K (from three chip SIMM boards) into one Meg SIMM modules and one Meg memory chips (from three chip SIMM boards) into four Meg SIMM modules becomes possible.
 The ability to apply what had been considered outdated or useless memory into state-of-the-art memory technology keeps researchers and technicians at Autotime hopping. Autotime has been innovating memory chip and board design flexibility since 1991.
 Autotime plans an imminent announcement on the expansion of memory recycling into new areas that will continue to give new advantages to the consumer.
 Autotime is located in Portland and was founded in 1985. Further information can be obtained by contacting Autotime at 503-452-8577.
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 /CONTACT: Bill Matson of Autotime, 503-452-8577/


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