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Samsung said that it is building a new factory to manufacture NAND flash chips to meet the growing demand that is especially created by mobile computing devices.
PNY is expanding its XLR8-branded memory series with 2133 MHz and 1866 MHz versions that are sold as 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) and 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) kits.
First rumors about the demise of flash surfaces as early as 2004 when there was speculation that MRAM, OUM, PRAM or nanocrystal-supported flash would replace flash memory chips beyond the 32 nm scale by 2009.
Intel once again topped the chip maker ranking of 2011.
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Industry rumors suggest that Micron will be the winning bidder to purchase struggling chip maker Elpida.
The bankruptcy filing of Elpida may set the stage for a rebound of the DRAM industry.
NTT Labs has succeeded in building a prototype of what the company calls optical random access memory, or short o-RAM.
Expect the bankruptcy filing of Elpida to result in higher prices for DRAM in the second half of the year.
Two DDR4 memory modules were shown off at this years ISSCC.
GlobalFoundries apparently has agreed to purchase DRAM maker ProMOS.
Elpida might not last much longer in its current form.
It appears that the DRAM memory market has bottomed out and prices have begun to stabilize.
Sandisk has acquired FlashSoft in an apparent move to offer Flash caching.
IHS has released data that highlights a speculated merger between Micron and Elpida, which would create the second largest DRAM company worldwide.
A booming counterfeiting industry sent the number of incidents of pirated devices soaring in 2011.
It is a small breather for the DRAM industry.
Rambus and Nvidia have settled their patent dispute.
COO ditches retirement plans to fill Appleton's shoes.
OEMs are now spending more on semiconductors for wireless devices than for computers.
Micron's CEO was killed Friday morning while trying to land his plane at the Boise airport.
Red RAM so that your memory won't feel out of place in your enthusiast motherboard.
A new study released by the National Science Board (NSB) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) raises concerns about the global leadership of the U.S. in Science and Technology investments. The report also...
I just got back from CES 2012. And although I’ve attended a great many Consumer Electronics Shows, Computexes, and Comdexes (never a CeBIT), this year’s show was by far the most intense. It wasn’t that...
Another month has gone by and our hard-working team has made numerous new updates to our hardware testing charts. Peep all the new additions at the links inside!
Elpida Memory, the world's third largest DRAM maker, may be seeking another round of government funding to finance its business.
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