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2006-07-11 Rambus, Matsushita sign patent license agreement
Rambus Inc. signed a new patent license agreement with Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, commonly known by the brand name Panasonic.
2008-10-08 Probable Infineon-Micron DRAM merger surfaces
While Infineon and Qimonda remain mum on negotiations with Micron, news is already spreading about the possible takeover by Micron Technology.
2010-12-03 PCM die found in mobile phone
UBM TechInsights reports it has found a phase-change memory die inside a Samsung handset
2012-05-07 Mobile DRAM enters low profit era
Turning to mobile DRAM is a logical option, but with so many makers jumping on the bandwagon, Q2 mobile DRAM contract price has fallen by 10-15 percent QoQ.
2007-01-12 Micron settles DRAM suit
Micron Technology Inc. said it has reached a settlement agreement with a class of direct purchasers of certain DRAM products.
2012-07-10 LPDDR3 mobile DRAM to gain wider market share next year
As Samsung, SK Hynix and Elpida begin mass producing LPDDR3, the product will take over half of the market share in 2H14, becoming the mobile memory market mainstream.
2002-09-12 Intel to support faster RDRAM technology
Intel Corp. has put its stamp of approval on the 1,066MHz RDRAM and will support the faster memory speed grade through a memory controller in a future chipset
2011-07-15 Imec reports breakthroughs in DRAM, RRAM
The Imec breakthroughs help bridge the gap in developing resistive RAM as a successor to DRAM technology.
2010-10-14 Hynix seeks buyers, moves to 21nm
Creditors search for buyers for the memory maker, as it continues its aggressive market push with 64Gb NAND flash using 20nm class technology
2010-09-02 HP, Hynix push memristor commercialization
HP and Hynix have forged a joint development agreement to develop materials and process integration technology to shift memristors from R&D to commercial resistive RAM (ReRAM).
2010-05-19 Gartner lists Q1 DRAM winners, losers
Gartner Inc.'s preliminary DRAM market share numbers for Q1 found Samsung, Micron, Powerchip, ProMOS in the winners list, while Hynix, Elpida, Nanya and Winbond in the losers
2006-11-22 DRAMeXchange sees 7% growth in Q4
DRAMeXchange records global own-brand DRAM makers achieved a 19.2 percent QoQ revenue growth in Q3 on DDR2 ASP upbeat.
2010-02-23 DRAM revenues to hit $31.9B this year
Following strong Q4 09, the DRAM business is set to return to annual revenue growth in 2010, bringing an end to three consecutive years of decline.
2006-02-15 DRAM revenues declined 5% in 2005, says Gartner
Nanya and Elpida were the only companies in the top ranked half dozen, that were able to increase DRAM sales in a 2005 market that declined 5% compared with 2004, according to Gartner Dataquest
2004-09-20 DRAM market growth to abate, analysts agree
With another sharp downturn expected within two years, the historically cyclical DRAM industry is grappling with vastly slower market growth rates that promise to change the sector's landscape in the coming years, panelists and an analyst suggested Sept. 13 at a two-day Gartner Dataquest conference here.
2002-10-08 DRAM makers home in on graphics
DRAM makers are bearing down on the graphics market and expect in 1H of 2003 to launch a GDDR-III memory chip designed from the ground up for high-performance graphics applications
2007-07-18 Altera touts support for new JEDEC standard
Altera Corp. announced what it touts as the FPGA industry's first full-compliance support for high-performance DDR3 memory interfaces
2005-09-01 Process vs. density in DRAMs
Evaluate the leading DDR2 DRAM devices manufactured by Micron, Samsung, Infineon and Elpida in terms of die size and density
2007-10-12 XDR DRAM transfers data at 9.6GBps
Elpida Memory and Rambus claim the industry's fastest DRAMthe 512Mbit, 4.8GHz XDR DRAM, with a data transfer rate of 9.6GBps.
2007-08-03 Virtex-5 FPGAS are interoperable with 800Mbps DDR3
Xilinx Inc. claims that its Virtex-5 FPGA devices are now interoperable with 800Mbps DDR3 SDRAM devices from leading memory suppliers
2009-08-19 Trade group remains dubious of Taiwan DRAM plans
Despite the launch of Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) and its subsequent investment in Japan's Elpida Memory, broader issues of consolidation and high levels of debt among Taiwan's DRAM players remain unresolved.
2009-09-23 TMC signs up ProMOS as manufacturing partner
Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC) has formed an alliance with ProMOS Technologies Inc. as a manufacturing partner
2010-07-02 Taiwan vendors form NAND flash R&D consortium
Previously rejected as a suitable case for government investment as a DRAM company, Taiwan Innovation Memory Co. has reinvented itself as a NAND flash supplier
2011-02-02 Powerchip bows out of DRAM business
Exiting from the DRAM market, Taiwan's Powerchip Technology transfers its business over to Japan's Elpida Memory.
2008-07-22 Power efficient DDR3 SDRAM claims 2Gbit/s speed
Elpida Memory Inc. has developed a top-tier power efficient 1Gbit DDR3 SDRAM, which is capable of operating at an ultrafast speed of 2Gbit/s.
2008-08-01 Mobile memories advance to lower voltage use
Low-power DDR2 (LPDDR2), a next-generation low-power memory technology for mobile and embedded designs being defined by companies participating in JEDEC standards, offers higher speed, lower-voltage operation, larger capacities and lower pin count than the current generation. This lets NVM share the same bus as SDRAM
2009-04-14 Micron, Nanya seek Taiwan gov't support
Micron Technology Inc. and Nanya Technology Corp. have rejected a plan to join a state-led memory venture in Taiwan. However, in a new twist, Micron and Nanya are asking for aid from the Taiwan government
2006-03-08 Micron ready to evaluate Infineon purchase
Micron Technology said it would be prepared to look at Infineon's memory business and see if it made sense for Micron to purchase part or all of it
2009-02-09 Gov't steps in Japan-Taiwan DRAM talks
Nobody is saying that the ongoing merger and consolidation negotiations between Japan's Elpida Memory Inc. and its Taiwanese competitors are deadlocked, but they're evidently growing more complicated.
2009-06-03 FPGA platform supports up to 4GByte DDR3
Tokyo Electron Device Ltd has released the Virtex-5 DDR3/LV-DDR2 SDRAM evaluation platform featuring high-speed DDR3 SDRAM memory and new LV-DDR2 SDRAM from Elpida Memory Inc.
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