Lexar expands its growing memory portfolio with new Hades and Hades RGB memory kits.
DRAM prices in the United States and Europe have begun to fall by around 5%, thanks to DRAM suppliers wanting to get rid of unnecessary stock.
Rambus announced that it is shipping HBM3-ready PHYs and memory controllers, giving us some new details about the HBM3 spec along the way.
Thermaltake pumps out another variant of its ToughRAM memory. Can the new ToughRAM XG RGB capitalize on the reputation of its predecessors?
Predator Storage's Apollo memory left a good first impression, but can the Talos series follow in the Apollo's footsteps?
GeIL expanded its Orion lineup with higher frequencies. Can the DDR4-4266 memory kit makes its bones?
Adata has announced the world's fastest DDR5 modules so far, with a speed of 12,600 MTps. These modules will be targeted toward gamers under the XPG naming brand.
TrendForce predicted that increases to NAND flash contract prices will be modest in most segments in 3Q21.
TrendForce said that quarter-over-quarter DRAM price increases could even out due to high inventory levels.