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9|30|2014 TORONTO — LPDDR3 has quickly gained traction to meet the demands of mobile devices, but it will have a relatively short run as LPDDR4 ramps up in the next ...

9|23|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. — Nine universities, from a field of more than 50 applicants, have been chosen to receive $4 million over three years to develop Secure, ...

9|23|2014 TORONTO — Transferring data between SD cards is now even faster.

9|19|2014 Love it or hate it, there's no question that Apple's iPhone line is popular, and while the numbers haven't officially been announced yet, the company has already ...

9|17|2014 LONDON — Asia-Pacific is the dominant market for ICs for most products categories. The exceptions being Europe, leading in the automotive sector, and the ...

9|16|2014 TORONTO -- Micron is looking to reduce power and improve performance with a new client SSD that leverages its new 16nm process technology and with a feature that ...

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Since its inception as a standard in the mid-1990s, dual data-rate (DDR) SDRAM memory has been near ubiquitous in computing applications. Compared to single data-rate ...
Summaries of memory products making news this month, including SD card controllers, SRAMs, RDIMM, LRDIMM, and RAM.
This year's Apple iPhone release included two flagship phones, the iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus, finally moving into the 4.7" and 5.5" mobile phone market. The ...
As engineers, we tend to take the units of measurement we use for granted. Everyone knows that P=V²/R, but what is V, and what is R? There are only seven basic units ...
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High-speed digital communications systems -- be they Ethernet, USB, Firewire, HDMI, or a host of others -- depend on low bit jitter, the difference in a rising or falling ...
This month the network saw several memory-related design articles, including articles on how to analyze DDR4; signal integrity and LRDIMMs; MBIST best practices; and how ...
This is an excerpt from the article "LRDIMM vs. RDIMM: Signal Integrity, Capacity, Bandwidth," by Douglas Malech, product marketing manager for memory products at IDT. It ...
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