Intel will reportedly pay more for Optane memory chips because of a new supply deal with Micron.
Micron said in an earnings call that it received licenses from the U.S. government to sell at least some of its products to Huawei.
Intel, Micron and other members of the U.S. semiconductor industry resumed sales to Huawei after discovering a loophole in the Department of Commerce ban.
Overclockers haved pushed Micron's Ballistix Elite DDR4 memory to 5,726 MHz to set a new DDR4 overclocking world record.
Micron said in a regulatory filing that it expects to pay between $1.3 billion and $1.5 billion in cash to Intel for its stake in IM Flash Technologies.
The low demand in the DRAM market will cause the market to shrink by 22 percent this year, according to a report this week by IHS Markit.
Intel received a preliminary injunction preventing a former engineering manager from sharing confidential information about 3D XPoint or Optane.
Micron will cut its DRAM and NAND flash production by 5 percent this year, as supply continues to exceed demand in both markets, leading to significant revenue loss for the company.
Micron announced a new line of NVMe SSDs with capacities between 256GB and 1TB, sequential read/write speeds of 3GB/s and 1.6GB/s, respectively.
Intel announced that it will exercise its right to buy Intel's share out of the IM Flash Technologies joint venture.
China claimed that its antitrust probe into Samsung, SK Hynix, and Micron has made "important progress" since it started in June
China told the World Trade Organization that the U.S. isn't blocking shipments to Fujian Jinhua to protect national security, but to preserve a monopoly.
Micron announced that it will buy Intel's stake in the IM Flash Technologies joint venture the two companies formed in 2006 to develop the 3D XPoint flash technology.
Micron detailed its upcoming GDDR6 memory chips and announced that it is working with multiple hardware partners to broaden the applications for the memory beyond graphics.