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Comment: IBM and SOI - AD2010 - 8/8/2014
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Intel's Embedded DRAM: New Era of Cache Memory
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8/7/2014   26 comments
With SRAM so costly to make, Intel's Embedded DRAM is an intriguing option. Techinsights examines eDRAM and its potential.
Comment: Technology node - AD2010 - 3/26/2014
Samsung 2x nm LPDDR3 DRAM Scales Memory Wall
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3/25/2014   6 comments
TechInsights examines Samsung's 2x nm LPDDR3 DRAM to find a thin die with large memory density.
Samsung hits triple-level-cell NAND flash milestone
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5/1/2013   12 comments
Samsung’s 21-nm, 64-Gbit triple-level-cell NAND flash is the first commercial SSD product using the TLC design in 21-nm node.
Inside AMD's Radeon HD 7970 processor
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3/14/2012   2 comments
ATI launched the Radeon product back in 2000, and, since then, Radeon has become ADI's flagship product and a direct competitor to Nvidia's GeForce.


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Making the Grade in Industrial Design
Rich Quinnell
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Martin Rowe

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