Kingston decided to turn its HyperX red memory devices from a temporary into a permanent member of its product line.
Reports coming out of Taiwan suggest that DRAM memory will lose 8 percent of their contract price in August alone.
Kingston is expanding its high-performance memory line with the new HyperX Predator, featuring a new design and extreme frequencies.
For the second time, the Enough Project has listed technology companies for their effort to avoid conflict minerals in their products.
LSI announced new SandForce client flash storage processors that promise lower power consumption and improved performance.
The Bankruptcy of Elpida still carries the hope that balance in supply and demand will return in the DRAM industry.
Super Talent has begun offering reduced voltage DDR3 memory modules for iMac and Macbook Pro systems.
Fusion-io and Princeton University recently announced a partnership in which the company would enable customers to use Flash memory as an extension of DRAM.
Micron said it is the first memory maker to have started volume production of phase change memory (PCM).
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