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2003-01-06 The memory industry: Change continues
The memory industry continues to be one of the most volatile in the semiconductor industry. Yet, for those companies able to maintain their competitive advantages, there are rewards
2003-12-29 SMIC, Elpida sign deal for DRAM production in China
Semiconductor Mfg Int. Corp. (SMIC) and Elpida Corp. have signed a five-year foundry agreement under which SMIC will produce Elpida's 0.10?m DRAM products at its 300mm fabrication facility in China
2014-04-10 Six hot tech trends emerge in high-speed memory
While DDR4 comes first to mind in consideration of the latest developments in high-speed memory, several others including embedded DRAM and SRAM cells make the top six list
2007-11-28 Rambus shows alternative way to terabyte memory
Rambus has developed technologies that could enable links to memory chips delivering up to a terabyte per second and could provide a lower-cost alternative to 3D chip stacking
2011-02-08 Rambus acquires non-volatile memory developer
The acquisition would make for a good fit with Rambus because Rambus is a technology licensor itself and it is not expected that the company will compete in the memory chip business directly
2009-11-10 Memory surge pushes top 20 IC firms sales in Q3
Sales for the top 20 IC manufacturers increased 19 percent in the Q3 compared to Q2, according to market research firm IC Insights Inc.
2009-06-09 Memory model generator trims verification time
India-based eInfochips has launched a memory model generator based on the DDR2 SDRAM SystemVerilog Verification Methodology Manual approach
2013-09-09 Lack of memory capabilities threaten Apple's future
As major innovation requires a great deal of memory capabilities, Apple is faced with an uncertain future with Samsung taking the lead as the memory market leader, stated IHS
2006-06-07 Infineon spin-off reveals memory roadmap
Qimonda told EE Times the details of its memory technology plans, which focuses on memory products, offering computer DRAMs, graphics DRAMs, consumer DRAMs, mobile DRAMs, cellular RAMs and flash products
2009-06-30 Exec: Memory biz needs more consolidation
The memory industry's business model sector is broken, prompting the need for more rational behavior and consolidation in the industry, according to an executive at the Memcon technology event
2002-09-12 Elpida releases 1GB DDR SDRAM DIMMs
The company is offering 1GB unbuffered DDR DRAM DIMM for high-performance PC and workstation applications.
2012-03-07 Elpida bankruptcy gives DRAM market a taste of hope
The global ASP for all DRAM shipments is projected to rise to $1.21 by the end of the year, up 15.5 percent from $1.05 at the end of 1H12.
2012-07-03 Elpida & Micron merger nearing completion
Micron's market share to increase after merger, allowing it to match up against Korean suppliers.
2008-12-23 Coming soon: Universal memory
A slew of promising "universal memory" technologies were unveiled at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM), but don't look for mass adoption anytime soon
2003-07-15 Collaboration releases fastest memory available
Rambus Inc., Toshiba, and Elpida have released the XDR DRAM, which the companies claim as the fastest memory available in the market.
2013-05-23 Mobile memory contract price decline eases amid tight supply
In Q2, the drop in mobile DRAM contract prices has eased, and price-competitive mainstream products such as LPDDR2 4Gb, 8Gb and 16Gb underwent price drops of less than 10 per cent QoQ.
2005-04-05 XDR DRAM eyes digital consumer apps
Elpida Memory is sampling a 512Mb XDR DRAM that operates at 3.2GHz and provides a data transfer rate of 6.4GBps.
2009-03-13 Will Taiwan DRAM venture push through?
Is the proposed Taiwan memory venture already falling apart
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.
2006-06-14 Tremor hits Japan, hardly damages local fabs
Elpida, Sony and Toshiba, which have semiconductor operations in the areas hit by a Japan earthquake, reported almost no damage to their operations
2006-03-28 Toshiba wins NAND suit versus Hynix, says report
Hynix Semiconductor was ordered by a Japanese court on March 24 to stop selling NAND flash memory components in Japan in relation to a lawsuit brought by Toshiba
2007-12-19 Toshiba licenses Rambus HDTV tech
Toshiba Corp. has licensed HDTV chipset memory technology from Rambus Inc
2013-11-05 Teardown: iPad Air's A7 faster at 1.4GHz
Early teardowns of the iPad Air from Chipworks and iFixit point to a relatively faster A7 processor and a host of components similar to those found in previous generations.
2007-03-13 Taiwan posts 23% IC growth, ramps wafer production
The overall production yield of Taiwan's IC industry in 2006 hit $41.6 billion, up 23.2 percent, reports the Ministry of Economic Affairs R.O.C.
2005-11-09 Taiwan moves up in Q3 DRAM rankings
The overall DRAM rankings were relatively unchanged in the third quarter of 2005, although Taiwan's providers were the big winners in the period, according to Gartner Dataquest Inc
2011-01-04 Taiwan DRAM vendors face tough 2011
The year ahead poses many challenges for the island's DRAM manufacturers which face competition from South Korea and takeover attempts by Japan's Elpida
2006-10-18 Taiwan DRAM makers outdo foreign makers' 12-inch fab output
DRAM manufacturers from Taiwan have reportedly been keeping up with their foreign counterparts in terms of output at their 12-inch fabs, according to industry sources.
2007-01-02 Taiwan DRAM makers eye strong market
Second-tier DRAM makers in Taiwan expect strong market for DRAM and other memory modules for this year amid various investments and expansion projects announced by companies
2006-12-20 Taiwan DRAM makers anticipate strong 2007
Taiwan's club of second-tier DRAM suppliers is betting big on a strong memory market in 2007, as evidenced by the flurry of announcements regarding billion-dollar investments and deals to expand production
2010-06-22 Surprise movements in Q1 DRAM rankings
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. together owned more than 50 percent of the fast-expanding DRAM market in Q1, according to the rankings from iSuppli Corp.
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