The memory provider for both GameCube and Revolution has predicted a launch window for the next system. Also, first details on the Revolution's enhanced RAM technology.
In a conference call about the company's financial status, Monolithic System Technologies (MoSys) has revealed that their 1T-SRAM memory technology has been licensed to NEC for use in Nintendo's Revolution game console. NEC's 90nm chip technology will be used to enhance the 1T-SRAM design over the version currently used in the GameCube.
MoSys also mentioned that the Revolution is expected to launch in mid-2006. This is easily the most detailed, official information about the Revolution's launch date ever announced. Nintendo is expected to reveal more information about the Revolution next week at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, and Planet GameCube will be there to bring you all the latest coverage.