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Samsung unveils 4-Gb LPDDR3 mobile DRAM
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5/30/2013   Post a comment
20-nm-class memory can transmit data at up to 2,133 Mb/s per pin.
Microsemi unveils TRRUST-Stor Series 200 high-security, self-encrypting solid state drive line
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5/30/2013   Post a comment
New 256GB, 200MB/s TRRUST-Stor series 200 SATA SSD shipping to customers.
Address jitter and noise more effectively with DDR4: Part 2
Design How-To  
5/28/2013   1 comment
Learn how the DDR4 eye mask works, how to scale it for different BERs, and how to use it to calculate jitter and noise margins, in Part 2 of two-part article.
London Calling: Moore's Law fail at NAND flash node
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5/28/2013   17 comments
Did we just witness the first of what will be an increasing number of events that signify the slowing or even the end of Moore's Law?
SanDisk's 1Y flash stays at 19-nm
Design How-To  
5/28/2013   6 comments
Flash-based storage specialist is sampling its 1Y-based products and they are at same minimum geometry as the 1X generation.
Intel outlines 3-D NAND transition
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5/24/2013   10 comments
Intel and IM Flash Technologies executive says 2-D NAND flash memory can scale to 10-nm and that 3-D NAND needs to be manufactured with at least 32 layers to be economic.
Address jitter and noise more effectively with DDR4: Part 1
Design How-To  
5/21/2013   1 comment
At higher data rates, the usual approximations and error margins don't work, but DDR4 solves a problem using communications techniques.
Globalfoundries joins Qualcomm in MRAM research
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5/21/2013   4 comments
Globalfoundries has signed up to an IMEC R&D program on STT-MRAM which is seen as a promising high-density, non-volatile alternative to SRAM and DRAM and for embedded use.
Seagate SSDs target big data, cloud storage
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5/20/2013   Post a comment
Enterprise version features a 12 Gb/s SAS interface.
ST turns to PCM for MCU embedded memory
Design How-To  
5/17/2013   5 comments
STMicroelectronics, which began researching phase-change memory more than a decade ago, has said it will offer microcontrollers integrated with the non-volatile memory.
Embedded flash startup in production at three foundries
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5/15/2013   Post a comment
Stealthy startup offers non-volatile memory IP for use in unmodified logic processes and claims to be already in volume production at three foundries.
Do annular electrodes present a scalable PCM solution? - Part 2
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5/14/2013   5 comments
Nanoparticles self assemble into structures that may reduce power demands for phase-change memory, but are they practical?
Swissbit rolls out industrial SATA II SSD
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5/13/2013   Post a comment
SLC drive achieves a data rate of up to 240 MB/s.
Micron’s PCIe I/O accelerator boasts up to 750,000 IOPS
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5/7/2013   Post a comment
Flash storage device handles 3,200 web server requests per second to data centers.
Do annular electrodes present a scalable PCM solution? - Part 1
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5/7/2013   5 comments
Fine-tuning parameters like electrode diameter and edge thickness help minimize current density.


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