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3D Non-Volatile Memory at IEDM 2013
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12/31/2013   6 comments
Ron Neale reviews the papers on 3D NV memory matrix isolation that were presented at IEDM 2013.
Semiconductor Ecosystem Tangles Into Sparse Matrix
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12/23/2013   6 comments
The semiconductor ecosystem itself is shifting toward an increasingly complex yet transparent Internet. That's making it harder for upstart companies to get into the microprocessor business.
Top 10 Automotive Agendas for 2014 & Beyond
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12/20/2013   22 comments
Carmakers today languish between a rock and a hard place. On one hand, they face a dizzying array of new technologies to adopt, while they must comply with new regulations.
Resistive Non-Volatile Memory at IEDM 2013
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12/17/2013   6 comments
Here’s a review of the recent IEDM 2013 papers on resistive non-volatile memory.
3D Stacks & Security Key for IBM in Server Market
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12/17/2013   4 comments
Top technologist at IBM discusses the future of server design with particular attention to security and 3D integration.
LPDDR4 Remains a Work In Progress
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12/16/2013   Post a comment
JEDEC is on track for a 2014 release for a specification that will double its speed and cut power consumption in half, and LPDDR3 has yet to fully supplant its predecessor.
Avago/LSI Points to Maturing Industry
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12/16/2013   10 comments
Avago's $6.6 billion deal to acquire LSI creates a broad wireless and wired communications and storage chip vendor well suited to a maturing industry.
Memory Companies Seek Approval
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12/13/2013   2 comments
This week, one company sought the approval of Wall Street, another passed advanced testing, and a third issued a reminder to use approved parts in Intel motherboards.
Spansion vs. Renesas Flash MCU War: Smoke but No Fire?
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12/13/2013   3 comments
Chip companies serving the automotive industry know where the next-generation MCU battle will be played out: high-performance MCUs with fast-access flash memory at 40-nm process. Expect a battle to start brewing between Renesas Electronics and Spansion.
Rambus Ends 13 Years of Litigation
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12/10/2013   2 comments
Heralding the beginning of a new era, Rambus executives reveal a new cooperative deal with Micron and seek a culture of collaboration.
Spansion Plays Hardball With Patents
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12/10/2013   11 comments
Spansion is turning up the heat on anyone misusing its technology without getting consensus from the company, sending letters to a list of memory companies and non-memory end-users, warning them on potential patent infringement.
Toshiba Expands Read-Intensive SSD Lineup
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12/10/2013   7 comments
PX03SN series uses Toshiba’s NAND flash memory and targets server and storage systems, but it’s a crowded landscape as many SSD and storage vendors address read-intensive applications.
Latest Updates on Phase Change Memory Problems
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12/9/2013   8 comments
Here’s a review of the PCM papers at IEDM 2013, with a closer look at the problems aired.
Growth in Memory Sector Spurs 2013 Rebound for Semiconductors
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12/6/2013   6 comments
IHS predicts that in 2012 the chip market will experience significant growth thanks in large part to growth in the memory sector. This comes on the heels of significant decline in 2012.
Trends in Cloud Storage
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12/3/2013   Post a comment
What can we expect for cloud storage in the new year?
Mass 3D NAND Production May Not Mean Mass Adoption
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12/3/2013   4 comments
It’s still not clear if 2D NAND’s successor can be made more cheaply, and there are other memory technologies that show long-term potential.


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