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AMD eyes chip memory expansion

Advanced Micro Devices is exploring new types of onboard memory for its chips as a way to bump performance and squeeze more out of its manufacturing plants.

The Sunnyvale, Calif., chip maker has licensed memory technology called Z-RAM, created by startup Innovative Silicon, of Santa Clara, Calif., in an effort to look at new ways of bumping up the cache or onboard memory of its processors.

Read the complete story here. (eWeek)