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posted in August 2013
China Plugs In to SDN Switch
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8/30/2013   1 comment
China's top technologists gathered this week at an inaugural event in Beijing to discuss the mega-shift toward software defined networking.
Samsung Starts Volume Production of DDR4 Memory
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8/30/2013   10 comments
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has started volume production of DDR4 format memory, for use in enterprise servers in datacenters.
Big Iron Shines at Hot Chips
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8/29/2013   6 comments
IBM and Oracle showed competing Power 8 and M6 server CPUs at the annual Stanford event where Microsoft and others put in a few surprises.
SK Hynix 16 nm NAND Flash Headed for SSD
News & Analysis  
8/29/2013   5 comments
SK Hynix joins the ranks of 16 nm NAND flash suppliers, but has yet to say what memory capacity it is offering.
Verification Panel: Are We Done Yet? Not Even Close
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8/27/2013   2 comments
Discussion panels held in public are often dull exercises in easy harmony. But get experts in a closed room and opinions can become more divided, or at least more vocal.
A Tour of the Basics of Embedded NAND Flash Options
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8/27/2013   Post a comment
The differences among single-, double-, and triple-bit storage in NAND flash are not just about density and price. There are also tradeoffs in reliability, speed, and the amount of error correction code logic needed.
Group Describes Specs for x86, ARM SoCs
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8/26/2013   5 comments
The Heterogeneous Systems Architecture group gave a first look at work on parallel programming specs backed by AMD, ARM, and ARM SoC vendors.
Recovering Data From a Broken SD Card Using Arduino
Blog  
8/20/2013   8 comments
If your SD card stops working in your camera or computer, you may still be able to retrieve the data with an Arduino.
Benchmarks for Whole Phones Needed
Blog  
8/19/2013   27 comments
Benchmarking is a tricky business. There are benchmarks and there are benchmarks. I'm sure I'm not alone in my weariness with reading reports on yet another batch of benchmark results.
Micron Sees Consolidation, Then Shifts
News & Analysis  
8/19/2013   11 comments
Memory is in a belt-tightening phase, but new technologies on the horizon promise shifting fortunes, said Micron's president.
Slideshow: Flash Innovators Flood Show
Slideshow  
8/16/2013   5 comments
A tour of the show floor at the Flash Memory Summit shows that flash chips are plugging into new sockets in servers, networks, and even smartphones.
Rambus Focuses on Products, Not Patents
News & Analysis  
8/12/2013   12 comments
Under CEO Ron Black, Rambus has a renewed emphasis on bringing technologies and products to market, rather than on simply licensing patents.
Academic Tips Non-Filamentary ReRAM
News & Analysis  
8/9/2013   57 comments
University of Colorado professor and ferroelectric expert claims metal-insulator transition memory can be next non-volatile memory.
Samsung Confirms 24 Layers in 3D NAND
Blog  
8/8/2013   26 comments
Samsung has confirmed that the first 3D NAND flash memory has 24 layers. EE Times explores the implications.
DRAM Prices to Rise 40% in 2013
News & Analysis  
8/8/2013   9 comments
Despite declining shipments with just three major vendors of DRAMs, prices for the memory component are set to shoot up.
3D NAND Production Starts at Samsung
News & Analysis  
8/6/2013   16 comments
3D memory era begins as Samsung starts mass production of a multilayered 128 Gbit NAND flash memory based on a charge-trap cell.
ReRAM Startup Bets on Silver
News & Analysis  
8/5/2013   65 comments
Startup fabless chip company Crossbar has announced it has a working array that validates its silver-over-amorphous-silicon, non-volatile memory technology.
Memory Market Turning on Q3 Caution
News & Analysis  
8/2/2013   5 comments
NAND flash memory prices have slipped back after three months of rises, and caution is starting to drive the market.


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