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2014-09-10 DDR3 design requirements for KeyStone DSP
Read this article to gain key insight into specific differences that will have a positive impact as customers migrate from a DDR2 to a DDR3 platform.
2007-09-27 DDR3 configurable buffer exceeds JEDEC specs
Inphi has introduced the INSSTE32882-GS02, a DDR3 configurable integrated register that exceeds JEDEC requirements and adds quad rank support.
2007-05-25 DDR3 chips handle up to 1,600MHz speeds
Qimonda AG unveils its new DDR3 components and modules that target motherboard and overclocking memory modules.
2011-09-30 DDR3 2Gb contract price stabilizes
The contract price of DDR3 4Gb slid by 4.88 percent, which is due to DRAM makers' actively pushing the device into mainstream specifications.
2010-08-18 DDR3 , USB 3.0 network processors for media streaming
Ubicom introduces its IP8100 family of network processors, geared towards next generation solutions for consumers, SOHO and SMB.
2008-05-19 Calculating memory system power for DDR3
This technical note details how DDR3 SDRAM consumes power and provides the tools that system designers can use to estimate power consumption in any specific system.
2008-05-19 Calculating memory system power for DDR3
This technical note details how DDR3 SDRAM consumes power and provides the tools that system designers can use to estimate power consumption in any specific system.
2009-08-03 Analysts see DDR3 SDRAM shortages
Don't look now but market analysts are forecasting DDR3 and DDR2 SDRAM shortages.
2009-03-31 Analyst warns of further DDR3 delay
Is the transition to DDR3 delayedagain? If so, this would be another blow for DRAM makers, who are looking for relief amid the memory downturn.
2008-12-11 Analysis: Can DDR3 turn DRAM market around?
Samsung Electronics believes that DDR3 will become the mainstream DRAM chips in 2009 but will the move to the next generation memory provide relief for an industry in the midst of a crushing downturn?
2014-06-30 Alliance Memory debuts high-speed CMOS DDR3 SDRAMs
The devices claim to offer extremely fast transfer rates of up to 1600Mb/s/pin and clock rates of 800MHz and supports an industrial temperature range of -40°C to 95°C.
2008-05-13 Advantest eases high-volume DDR3-SDRAM testing
Advantest's T5503 memory test system was developed specifically to address the challenges of high-volume production test of next-generation high-speed DDR3-SDRAM.
2014-07-11 8Gb DDR3 components double memory per chip
I'M has developed its own way to manufacture 8Gb DDR3 components with single chip-select utilising existing 30nm manufacturing technologies.
2009-10-16 54nm 1Gbit DDR3 cuts power use
The eco-friendly product suits highly virtualized applications such as data centers, servers and supercomputers.
2010-05-18 4x node DDR3 SDRAM achieves superior die efficiency
Micron introduced a 2Gbit DDR3 SDRAM in 4x node, offering superior die efficiency, made possible by increasing die area, reducing cell size and increasing number of memory cells.
2008-01-17 4Gbyte DDR3 RDIMMs fit servers
SMART Modular Technologies has introduced a low-power 4Gbyte DDR3 registered DIMM tailored for server applications.
2009-08-25 4Gbyte DDR3 offers improved heat dissipation
Strontium's new DDR3, DDR2 memory modules tout lower energy consumption, better heat dissipation.
2010-03-01 4Gbit DDR3 ups server energy-efficiency rating
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has begun mass production of a 4Gbit DDR3 devices optimized to enhance energy-efficiency ratings for servers.
2009-12-09 4GB DDR3 modules enable high-density installations
Lexar Media has released the Crucial 4Gbyte DDR3-1333MHz (PC3-10600) non-ECC UDIMM memory modules, enabling power users to max out their systems with 16Gbyte of RAM.
2011-08-19 32Gb DDR3 offers up to 1,333Mbit/s
Samsung's new RDIMM with 3D TSV technology based on the company's 30nm 4Gb DDR3 promises high performance and energy efficiency.
2010-10-12 30nm-process 2-Gb DDR3 SDRAM yields 45% more chips per wafer
Elpida Memory Inc. announced completion of a 30nm process 2-gigabit DDR3 SDRAM.
2007-11-06 2Gbit DDR3 touts highest-density components
Micron Technology Inc. has released what it touts to be the first 2Gbit DDR3 with the highest density DDR3 component available on the market.
2008-04-17 1,600MHz HyperX DDR3 goes to mainstream market
Kingston Technology has launched 1,600MHz HyperX DDR3 mid-range memory for gamers and mainstream users.
2009-02-02 'First' 4Gbit DDR3 developed
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced that it has developed a 4Gbit DDR3 DRAM chip using a 50nm manufacturing process, operating at 1.35V and has a maximum data transmission speed of 1.6Gbit/s.
2009-05-05 What should Taiwan DRAM makers do to survive?
Taiwan's DRAM makers have been losing money for a long while. And there is no end in sight. According to Mark LaPedus, it's time for Taiwan's DRAM makers to merge, consolidateor give up.
2015-02-10 Tuning DDR4 signal paths with modern design tools
Adjusting the lengths of signal tracks so that the delays are matched and satisfy the DDR4 specification would be an almost impossible task without modern design tools.
2009-09-28 Tiny SDRAM handles high-density memory apps
Swissbit has released its latest high-speed, high-performance SDRAM memory module designed to satisfy demanding high-density memory applications.
2010-01-28 Temperature sensors up reliability of DD3 modules
The temperature sensors can trigger shutdown of a subsystem if the temperature reaches a critical point, enhancing reliability.
2015-04-27 Teardown: Chromecast for your inspection
Suspecting either hardware failure or a flawed automatic firmware update, the author gave up trying to revive his Chromecast and instead put it on top of the teardown pile. Here it is for your inspection.
2013-02-04 Tackling the challenges of transition to DDR4
Know the key technical challenges designers face in transitioning to DDR4.
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