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2011-11-29 DDR3 mobile RAM touts 6.4GB/s data transfer rate
Elpida's 30nm LPDDR3 claims to consume 25 percent less power and has data transfer rate twice as fast than LPDDR2
2009-10-16 DDR SDRAM shortage continues
South Korea memory makers warned that OEMS could be scrambling for their supply of DRAMs for some time as shortages of DDR-based SDRAMs could last until Q1 10
2011-04-21 Bandwidth concerns fuel mobile DRAM race
Staggering bandwidth requirements are forcing mobile DRAM vendors to shift to next-gen memory standards. Options abound, but many see wide I/O DRAM technology as the clear frontrunner
2008-04-29 Analysis: Infineon can't quite shake off Qimonda
Despite Qimonda's tremendously valuable manufacturing and human assets, Infineon Technologies, which owns almost 80 percent of the company, is having a tough time unloading its stake in the memory IC supplier
2011-04-13 Aftershock stops production at several Japan fabs
Fujitsu, Renesas, Sony, Elpida, Toshiba, Nikon and Tokyo Electron were among the companies reported to have suspended operations following the 7.1-magnitude quake that shook Japan on April 7
2010-07-27 50nm 2Gb GDDR5 DRAM suits high-performance apps
Elpida Memory Inc. unveils a 50nm process 2Gb GDDR5 graphics DRAM using copper interconnects.
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.
2007-09-27 2Gbit DDR2 SDRAM achieves 1,066Mbps rates
Elpida Memory says it has developed the world's first ultrafast 2Gbit DDR2 SDRAM featuring a speed of 1,066Mbps.
2011-08-05 Semiconductor sales up 8% in 1H11
Unlike 2010, non-memory suppliers dominated the growth in sales this year that has been largely due to exchange rate effects when local currency was converted to U.S. dollars
2003-10-15 Rambus to support promotion of XDR DRAM
Rambus Inc. announced that they have come up with a roadmap aimed to bring XDR DRAM to the PC main memory market by 2006
2013-08-21 Micron foresees next-gen dense flash chips
New technologies signal a bunch of change in the memory industry and companies with the right scale will have the ability to invest in bigger R&D ventures, Micron President Mark Adams explains
2008-04-25 Infineon acknowledges talks on Qimonda sale
Infineon is in talks to sell memory chipmaker Qimonda, according to CEO Wolfgang Ziebart, and has ruled out negotiations with private equity investors
2008-05-19 IC Insights notes shakeup in Q1 chip rankings
IC Insight's Q1 IC suppliers ranking shows a major shuffle, with several leading DRAM suppliers including Qimonda, Spansion, Elpida and Nanya no longer in the top 20
2007-05-28 Hynix joins IMEC research for 32nm, below
Hynix is tying up with European research center IMEC to tackle memory challenges at the 32nm and below process nodes
2013-09-02 DRAM market finds revenues dropped in 2012, says analyst
TrendForce reported that due to the memory price drops and the shrinking spot market, the 2012 global module revenues reached $5.5 billion, a 13 per cent decrease from 2011's $6.3 billion
2015-07-15 China seeks Micron buyout for $23B
It's a good time to bid for Micron, second to Samsung among top memory chip makers. Micron's stock price slid this year from $35 to $17, despite the fact memory chip prices have been on the rise
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
2007-07-20 WTO says Japan's tariff on Hynix chips illegal
WTO has ruled that Japan illegally applied countervailing duties on DRAM chips made by South Korean Hynix Semiconductor, under the international trade rules.
2011-08-18 Wi-LAN's $490M Mosaic bid strengthens its technology licensing
According to Wi-LAN, its acquisition of Mosaid would create a stronger, more valuable technology licensing company with greater technology, business and geographic diversification.
2007-11-05 What's the future for NEC Electronics?
A big question remains for NEC Electronics: Four years after being spun off from parent NEC Corp.and several management changes lateris the chipmaker heading in the right direction or is it destined to sink?
2005-03-16 Vertical integration dij` vu in Japan
Japanese electronics giants never dismantled their vast empires completely; they may have moved them out of Japan to lower-cost areas, but they still control majority of operations.
2013-01-24 Uncertainty in DRAM market to persist this year
IHS forecasted that DRAM revenue this year will reach $30 billion, up 14 per cent from $26.4 billion last year, marking the first time since 2010 that global DRAM market revenue will rise.
2007-01-10 UMC's new 300mm fab to open in '08
United Microelectronics Corp. said it foresees opening a new 300mm wafer plant in 2008.
2010-11-12 Top semiconductor suppliers show strong growth
IC Insights preliminary ranking reveals that No. 2 ranked Samsung is expected to gain ground on Intel Corp.
2011-10-14 The move toward 3D chips
Semiconductor fabrication is moving toward 3D ICs and by next year, 3D chips will be available for commercialization.
2012-10-05 Tablets, smartphones boost mobile DRAM revenue in Q2
IHS announced that mobile DRAM revenue amounted to $1.85 billion in Q2, up from $1.83 billion in Q1.
2011-03-22 Supply chain disruptions seen for iPad 2
Since the iPad 2 uses several Japan-made components, logistical issues hounding quake-affected Japanese firms could impact delivery of these components.
2012-04-05 Spansion to offer SLC NAND in Hynix deal
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal SK Hynix, will make the NAND flash chips and Spansion will test, package, sell and support them under its brand name.
2006-11-30 Sony losing on each PlayStation 3, teardown reveals
Sony is taking a considerable loss of more than $240 per unit on each PlayStation 3 video gaming console, according to a "teardown" analysis conducted by market research firm iSuppli.
2007-04-11 SMIC to boost capacity at Chengdu 200mm plant
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. disclosed its plans to expand the capacity of a 200mm wafer fab in Chengdu from 20,000 wafers per month to 70,000.
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