Fusion-io's business is flourishing thanks to increasing demand for high-end flash drives.
Continued erosion in NAND flash drives will see overall revenues of flash memory makers decline by 5 percent from $25.5 billion in 2011 to $24.3 billion in 2012.
AMD has begun promoting its partnership with Ramdisk, a developer of memory solutions as well as the Ramdisk Software, which enables PC users to allocate RAM as a virtual RAM drive.
The representing body of the chip industry, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), reported a disappointing result for August 2012.
In the virtually never ending story of Rambus' patent infringement lawsuits against DRAM makers, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California found the IP company guilty of destroying case relevant records.
Michael Rayfield, the former man in charge of Nvidia's mobile business, is now employed by memory maker Micron.
Samsung confirmed that it is now manufacturing 2 GB versions of LPDDR3 memory modules for smartphones and tablets.
The generally expected stabilization of DRAM pricing due to the bankruptcy of Elpida is not taking place yet.
Electronic design automation company Cadence said that it has qualified its DDR4 SDRAM physical layer (PHY) and memory controller design IP in TSMC's 28-nm production process.
IBM has been granted a patent for an exotic phase change memory (PCM) cell structure the allows the technology to retain its data retention characteristics at temperatures above 150 degrees Celsius (300 degrees Fahrenheit).
A survey by Crucial revealed that most of us are unhappy with our computers, and consider them as source of stress.