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2009-08-25 System host board handles high-speed data transfer
Adlink Technology Inc. has released the NuPRO-E320, its latest PICMG 1.3 full-sized system host board supporting next-generation Intel Core2 Quad/Duo processors on 45nm process at up to 3GHz.
2008-07-18 Step-down controller rolls for notebook memories
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX17000 Quick-PWM step-down controller for DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 memory in notebook computers.
2012-05-17 Server memory supports Intel Xeon E5 chips
Crucial's Crucial Load-Reduced DIMM server memory supports higher memory densities than standard DDR3 RDIMMs.
2009-03-30 Samsung ups power-efficiency efforts
South Korea chip giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd disclosed a host of "green" products, including the disclosure of a new, low-power DDR3 DRAM device.
2013-09-02 Samsung creates DDR4 using 20nm class process tech
The firm's 20nm-class 4Gb DDR4 follows the introduction of 50nm-class 2Gb DDR3 in 2008, culminating in a full-fledged transition to DDR4 for large-scale data centres and other enterprise applications.
2009-02-06 Samsung champions 40nm DRAM
Samsung Electronics has validated what it suggests is the first 40nm DRAM chip and module, a 1Gbit DDR2 compliant device.
2011-09-23 Samsung begins operations of largest memory fab
Samsung has begun operations at its new Line-16 memory fab and also announced the mass production of its DDR3 DRAM based on 20nm-class production technology.
2007-10-19 Rambus memory controller runs at 1,600MHz
Rambus Inc. has introduced its memory controller interface solution for DDR3 DRAM that provides PHY interface between the controller logic and DRAM devices for data rates of up to 1,600MHz.
2016-03-09 Quick peek at memory testing
Let's talk about test strategies to address the potential issues in certain memory technologies such as DRAM and NAND Flash.
2008-07-21 Qimonda's mission: power savings in server apps
Qimonda AG is focused on setting industry benchmarks in power savings for server applications.
2010-06-08 Motherboards achieve 2,333MHz triple-channel memory
ASUSTeK announced at the Computex that its motherboards have achieved what it claims is the fastest DDR3 triple channel memory.
2013-05-20 Molex's memory module sockets set for ultra-low power needs
Molex's DDR3 DIMM sockets feature a lower seating plane than standard designs, enabling the use of very low-profile modules with maximum seating heights below 2.80mm in ATCA blade systems.
2007-10-26 Memory module pair tops JEDEC specs
Virtium Technology has come up with a DDR3 VLP and DDR3 ULP blade memory modules for embedded computing applications.
2010-08-16 Memory family offers maintenance-free enterprise data integrity
The Agigaram product family merges NAND Flash, DRAM and a battery-free ultracapacitor power source into a non-volatile memory system that delivers data transfer speeds up to 1,333MTps.
2012-09-27 JEDEC posts specs for Synchronus DDR4
The spec posted by the JEDEC standards group defines an interface delivering up to 3.2 GigaTransfers/second and is JEDEC's first to include features supporting 3D stacking.
2009-10-09 ISE Labs expands test capabilities
The largest semiconductor test provider in Silicon Valley will use Verigy's V93000 High Speed Memory system.
2008-04-04 Intel validates Qimonda, Samsung mobile DDR3s
Memory chipmakers Qimonda AG and Samsung Electronics announced that their DDR3 small-outline products have been validated for Intel Corp.'s mobile platform.
2007-11-26 Intel validates Hynix 1Gbit DDR2 DRAM
Intel has validated Hynix Semiconductor's 50nm-class process technology 1Gbit DDR2 DRAM, which is said to increase production efficiency to 50 percent over its 60nm-class process technology.
2007-06-08 Intel launches 3 Series chipsets for PCs
Intel Corp. unveiled the company's new 3 Series chipset family that enable greater PC performance, clearer definition video and storage technologies that help better protect valuable data.
2013-09-18 Inphi debuts JEDEC .95 compliant DDR4 register
The Inphi iDDR4RCD-GS02 register supports up to DDR4-2666 memory and provides up to 20 per cent lower operating and idle power as compared to the current DDR3 generation at the same speed.
2013-03-26 Importance of migrating to DDR4
Learn about the significance of the DDR4 SDRAM device in the context of system level trends.
2015-07-08 Implementing JTAG boundary scan
Boundary scan, based on the IEEE 1149.x set of standards, is the structural testing of PCBs and their installed components. Here are case studies on the implementation of this test.
2009-08-31 IBM zooms past multicore server rivals
IBM Corp. could walk away from the Hot Chips conference with bragging rights to having the most muscular microprocessor with its Power7.
2006-02-01 How memory architectures affect system performance
While peak data rate remains important, other architectural parameters significantly affect the memory system performance.
2009-02-09 Here come the 'first' 46nm DRAM modules
Qimonda AG has announced the "first" functional modules based on the smallest 2Gbit memory chip ever announced in the DRAM industry. The new 2Gbit DDR3 DRAM is based on the company's 46nm Buried Wordline technology and has a die size of less than 55mm?.
2009-02-06 Good news, bad news over at Qimonda
Qimonda has announced it has created the first operational DDR3 Buried Wordline memory modules based on 46nm
2016-01-04 Examining memory models
Know the qualities you should look for in memory models, and learn about a library touted to deliver the most comprehensive solution of this kind and supports any type of simulation environment.
2008-12-01 Elpida touts low-power 50nm SDRAM
Elpida Memory Inc. has completed development of a 50nm DDR3 SDRAM, claiming the chip hits a new low in power consumption for DRAMs.
2012-04-02 Elpida quandary boosts DRAM contract price
DRAM contract price continued to grow in 2HMar with average 4GB DDR3 module price increasing by 2.7 percent, arriving at $19, while average 2GB price hit $10, a 2.6 percent increase.
2010-11-09 Elpida cuts production
The memory-maker announced that it will reduce production by 25 percent and that it is expecting declining profits.
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