'Optical Accelerators' ditch electricity, favoring light as an exchange medium.
As manufacturers start jumping on the DDR5 bandwagon, TeamGroup has pre-empted some of its competitors by introducing the DDR5 T-Force Vulcan DRAM kits with operating frequencies up to 5,200 MHz.
Intel has confirmed that its ARC Alchemist series of GPUs will be free of any cryptocurrency mining handicaps when they launch in Q2 2022, marking a stance that's closer to AMD's than that of NVIDIA.
Taiwan's Nanya Technology Corporation president Dr. Pei-Ing Lee expects DRAM pricing to undergo a downards correction by year end, compensating from recent DRAM pricing increases on a global level.
A Xilinx FPGA with as many as 6,000 individual RISC-V SERV cores is now the world record holder for the most RISC-V cores on a single device.
YMTC, one of the foremost NAND manufacturers in China, has announced the mass production status of its 128-layer, QLC-based 3D NAND.
Employing techniques learned from quantum physics to increase the lifetime of silicon-based transistors.
Intel's Raja Koduri explains the reasoning behind the choice to have TSMC manufacture Intel's ARC graphics chips. It's about production capacity.
Sony has announced an SSD upgrade solution that's meant to be paired with the PS5 system. Under the Nextorage sub-brand, the "NEM-PA" M.2 NVMe SSD promises top-tier performance.
Specifications have leaked for AMD's upcoming Epyc "Milan-X" chips, a Zen 3 refresh which packs in the company's 3D V-Cache approach to improving performance and power consumption.
A report on the pricing evolution for several rare earth metals indispensable in electronics and semiconductor manufacturing paints a grim picture on consumer's purchase capabilities for the future.
Intel is reportedly stemming AMD's onslaught onto the server market via price reductions, taking advantage of vertical integration and the general chip shortage to sway clients away from AMD.
An international team of researchers has developed a firmware solution to the ransomware problem, detecting and stopping malicious activity on your SSD before its contents are lost to criminals.
Researchers with the Riken research center in Japan have successfully demonstrated entanglement on three qubits, up from its previously demonstrated maximum of two.