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2005-11-23 Analysis: Intel, Micron deal shows strategic shift
Shifts of ownership are starting to happen that are indicators of a major reshaping of the semiconductor industry's landscape. However, whether it will ultimately result in a reduction in the number of players, as has long been predicted would happen, is not clear because ironically what is still clear is that geographical and strategic interests, in a addition to purely commercial imperatives, are still potent in the industry.
2010-06-24 Analysis: Can Spansion pull off a comeback?
Spansion Inc. is looking to make a big comeback. But will it succeed this time around? Or is it doomed to failagain? Analysts are mixed about the NOR flash maker's future prospects
2002-12-18 AMD addresses wireless, embedded system needs
Analog Micro Devices Inc. has announced the creation of the "Embedded and the Wireless Business Units" within its Memory Group organization
2013-05-13 Advantages of surface-mount SSDs
A surface-mount solid state drive in a ball grid array package offers an alternative data storage architecture that has improved performance, power savings and cost.
2009-11-10 32bit MCUs pack 1.5Mbyte on-chip SRAM
Renesas released eight versions of the SH7266 and SH7267 32bit MCUs with 1.5Mbyte on-chip SRAM tailored for embedded applications in the industrial and consumer fields.
2007-03-23 VoIP processors support various storage types
Targeting the growing portable devices market, MCS Logic unveiled the MLC9000 series of VoIP processors with access to various types of storage such as USB, SD/MMC card and NOR, NAND flash
2014-08-27 Understanding STT-MRAM
STT-MRAM can take the place of low-density DRAM and SRAM, especially for mobile and storage devices. But what is it and how does it differ from MRAM?
2002-12-17 Toshiba's 300mm expansion to cost $3 billion
Toshiba Corp. is targeting a much-anticipated plan for 300mm manufacturing: a $2.9 billion endeavor that includes two fabs, one for SoC LSIs and another for memories.
2002-05-02 Toshiba chip package is 30 percent smaller
Toshiba Corp. has announced that it has developed a stacked multi-chip package (MCP) that measures 7-by-10mm30 percent smaller than the company's current MCPs that measure 9-by-12mm.
2014-10-07 The need for high data throughput in automotive apps
The system-level read throughput continues to demand ever increasing speeds. In this article, we will tackle a high speed interface that claims to accelerate throughput up to 333 MB/s.
2005-07-26 Survey sees strong growth in second-half
The markets for memory and power management chips are set to be the worst performing in a strongly growing semiconductor market over the next six months, according to a survey conducted by ChangeWave Reseach LLC
2009-02-11 Startup readies RRAMs for mass production
Australian startup 4DS Inc. claims to have made a major breakthrough in resistive RAM (RRAM) technology.
2006-10-26 ST licenses Samsung's OneNAND
STMicroelectronics has licensed OneNAND, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd's most advanced Flash memory to date. This is to help meet rising demand in various applications including the mobile segment
2006-08-01 Spansion, SanDisk move to secure mobile systems
Spansion Inc. and SanDisk Corp. are using different approaches to tackle the ever-growing need for security in mobile systems.
2012-09-07 Spansion surpasses Micron for first time in 3 years
Regaining its top position in NOR flash segment, Spansion in Q2 generated $233 million in revenue, up from $219 million in the earlier quarter
2013-12-12 Spansion sharpens IP defence against infringers
Spansion sent letters to a list of memory companies and non-memory end users, warning them on potential patent infringement
2006-03-29 Spansion partners with Qualcomm, ARM to expand handset presence
Flash memory supplier Spansion has inked deals with Qualcomm and ARM that help expand its offerings for the wireless market and expands its logic-on-flash line-up
2008-09-05 Spansion inaugurates security tech office in Milan
Spansion Inc. has opened its Security and Advanced Technology Division (SATD) headquarters in Agrate Brianza in Milan, Italy. During the event, Spansion also unveiled its upcoming MirrorBit ORNAND2 product family.
2009-03-03 Spansion files for bankruptcy
NOR flash supplier Spansion Inc. has filed for bankruptcy amid growing anger among former employees at the company
2007-02-13 Spansion drafts MirrorBit HD-SIM roadmap
Spansion Inc. unveiled product roadmaps for its MirrorBit HD-SIM family, which will include both single-chip and dual-chip offerings, featuring a range of storage capacity from 4Mbyte to 1GBytes.
2014-09-02 SONOS returns, finds use in IoT
Cypress Semiconductor sees that the 1960s-developed silicon oxide nitride oxide silicon technology has what it takes to address the scaling and power challenges in connected devices.
2007-03-19 SMIC, MoSys expand foundry agreement
MoSys has extended its existing agreement with China's Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. to include MoSys' new high-density embedded flash memory IP
2009-06-26 Samsung, Numonyx tie-up on PCM
Samsung Electronics and Numonyx are cooperating on market specifications for phase change memory p change memory (PCM) products
2007-09-19 Samsung to cooperate in U.S. NAND antitrust probe
In a statement, Samsung Electronics said it will fully cooperate with the ongoing U.S. government probe into possible anticompetitive practices in the NAND flash memory chip market
2008-09-29 Report: Hynix to sell China fab stake to Numonyx
Seeking to generate cash, Hynix Semiconductor Inc. plans to sell a small stake in its Chinese joint fab venture to Numonyx B.V. for $100 million, according to Reuters.
2005-01-03 Real-time video capture needs more mem power
Handsets shuffle voluminous amounts of media between processor and memory subsystem, creating a power hot spot in memory
2007-06-01 Prius drives with smart GPS navigation system
A DVD player under the driver's seat holds navigation system map data that's read in conjunction with the real-time GPS satellite location to yield the guidance information displayed the Toyota Prius dashboard screen.
2007-03-06 Pioneer MP3 player resembles Nano
The overall PMP300 architecture bears a resemblance to one of today's most popular flash-based players, the Apple Nano
2010-04-23 Phase-change memories support serial interface
Numonyx rolls the Omneo range phase-change memories developed using a 90nm process that offer up to 300x faster write speeds and 10x more write endurance than today's flash memory
2010-10-21 PCM gears up for prime time
Blending the attributes of NOR- and NAND-type flash memory, EEPROM memory, and DRAM, phase-change memory is presented as the best candidate to continue the scaling of NVM.
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