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5|26|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Global DRAM sales reached a record high of $14.1 billion in the first quarter, driven by a roughly 30 percent increase in the average ...

5|26|2017 TORONTO – Statistically, flying is the safest way to travel. We don't worry about airplanes dropping from the sky. But drones are another thing altogether.

5|26|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—The total value of the global MEMS market is projected to grow from about $13 billion in 2017 to more than $25 billion in 2022, driven ...

5|26|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Smartphone sales improved in the first quarter as the Chinese handset makers increased their market share and consumers continue to ...

5|25|2017 MADISON, Wis. –DJI, the Shenzhen-based world leader in drones and aerial cameras, rolled out Wednesday (May 24) its first mini-drone — called ...

5|25|2017 LAKE WALES, Fla. — Fields of vertically oriented gallium arsenide (GaAs) nanowires boost the output of silicon solar panels by 50 percent, converting the ...

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Dick James, Fellow Emeritus, TechInsights

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Sony Launches First Three-Layer, 960 fps Camera with Sandwich-Stacked DRAM
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During the ISSCC conference last February, Sony issued a press release describing “Industry's First 3-Layer Stacked CMOS Image Sensor with DRAM for ...

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Since the dawn of the compute era, the trifecta of power/performance/area (or PPA as we have come to know it) dominates the discussion of any new chip. Together, they ...

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The Competitive Advantage of NVMe SSDs in the Data Center
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We are in the midst of a remarkable electronics era, where consumers are seeking immediate delivery of services, including data access. Companies that can rapidly distill ...

Kevin Krewell

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AMD Goes Epyc for Data Centers
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The key for AMD to return to more robust profitability is to move into more profitable segments of the industries that it already is in and reenter the server market. To ...

Junko Yoshida

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