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posted in August 2011
Analyst predicts DRAM price plunge in 2H11
News & Analysis  
8/29/2011   13 comments
The second half of 2011 is shaping up to be a DRAM buyer's dream as the price for the memory component is set to go into free-fall, according to market research firm IHS.
Russian-backed Crocus buys NXP's MRAM patents
News & Analysis  
8/29/2011   8 comments
Crocus Technology Inc., a developer of magnetic RAMs with French origins and Russian financial backing, has announced the acquisition of the MRAM patent portfolio of NXP Semiconductors NV.
Samsung samples 30nm, 32GB DDR3 RDIMMs
Product News  
8/18/2011   2 comments
In an effort to deliver higher performance with lower power consumption to the next-generation server market, Samsung has developed 32GB DDR3 RDIMMs that use 3D through silicon via (TSV) package technology.
SanDisk flash drive targets advanced tablets
Product News  
8/18/2011   2 comments
SanDisk Corporation recently introduced the iNAND™ Extreme® embedded flash drive (EFD), the first in a new line of products from the company that is designed for high-end tablets running advanced operating systems and data-intensive applications.
SSD ASIC architecture targets enterprise apps
Product News  
8/18/2011   1 comment
STEC, Inc. announced a new integrated application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) architecture for its ZeusIOPS® enterprise-class SSD family in order to make them more cost-efficient.
e-MMC vs. NAND with built-in ECC
Design How-To  
8/18/2011   7 comments
Ultimately, if your processor can support both e-MMC and MLC NAND with ECC, which should you choose? A look at the attributes, benefits and situational advantages of each
SATA-IO unveils two interface standards: SATA Express and SATA µSSD
Product News  
8/12/2011   1 comment
SATA-IO is enabling higher speed storage applications with the development of its new SATA Express specification. The organization also introduced a new standard for embedded SSDs, which eliminates the module connector from the traditional SATA interface.
Chips for mobile lead market, says IHS
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8/12/2011   Post a comment
OEMs in 2011 will buy more semiconductor components for use in mobile, wirelessly connected equipment than they will for computers, according to market research company IHS.
Answering the consumer market’s demand for non-volatile memory
Design How-To  
8/10/2011   1 comment
Non-volatile memory requires substantial R&D investment in terms of both human resources and characterization tools to help them evolve. This is an area in which consumer products manufacturers and their vendors must continue to invest if they are to compete globally.
Memory design challenges in 2012
Blog  
8/8/2011   4 comments
What are the stoppers in memory technology? How will we achieve higher throughput in years to come?
Software enhances SSD performance
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8/7/2011   Post a comment
STEC releases Enhanced IO system agnostic software to boost SSD performance
STEC PCIe solid state accelerators take on enterprise storage
Product News  
8/7/2011   Post a comment
These aren't solid state drives (SSDs), but a new solid-state approach to storage in the enterprise.
SMART claims world's fastest and highest capacity MLC SAS SSD
Product News  
8/7/2011   Post a comment
SMART Modular Technologies launches a portfolio of intellectual property to maximize endurance, speed, and capacity in a new MLC SAS SSD.
PCM Progress Report No 5: SSDs, MLC, and scaling
Design How-To  
8/7/2011   11 comments
This PCM progress report takes a look at a new PCM-based SSD, Onyx, and then a multi-level PCM drift solution from IBM.
Cypress Semiconductor 128-Mbit (CY62192ESL), 64-Mbit (CY62182ESL) and 32-Mbit (CY62172ESL) MoBL devices
Product News  
8/3/2011   1 comment
Cypress's wider SRAMs enable higher system performance when interfacing with DSPs, FPGAs or MCUs/MPUs of identical bus width.
Tablet and smartphone demand drives new trends in mobile memory
Design How-To  
8/2/2011   2 comments
Market requirements and JEDEC standards lead to innovation, performance and new technologies.


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