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2006-12-13 IBM, Macronix, Qimoda claim fast phase-change memory
Macronix and Qimonda claimed that they have developed a phase-change memory prototype that boasts switching speeds at more than 500 times faster than traditional flash-memory technologies.
2006-11-20 Without Qimonda, Infineon reports loss
Charges connected to the Qimonda carve-out as well as the BenQ insolvency caused Infineon's earnings figures to appear in deep red.
2006-10-17 Qimonda stops NAND flash development
Qimonda has stopped development of NAND flash memory devices based on the NROM technology the company had licensed from Saifun Semiconductors.
2006-10-16 Qimonda hands 80nm DRAM tech to Winbond
Qimonda and Winbond Electronics have extended their DRAM manufacturing partnership. The new agreement calls for Qimondato transfer its 80nm DRAM trench technology to Winbond's 300mm facility in Taichung, Taiwan.
2006-12-01 Micron ups ante with 1Gbit DDR3
Micron Technology Inc. recently launched a 1Gbit chip made in its 78nm process, tapping the huge potential of the emerging DDR3 generation of double-data-rate memory.
2006-08-03 Infineon and subsidiary ink licensing agreement with Tessera
Infineon Technologies and its subsidiary Qimonda announced the conclusion of license agreements with Tessera.
2006-11-03 IC Insights sees changes in chip rankings in '06
IC Insights Inc. has released its forecast for the rankings of the worldwide top 15 semiconductor suppliers in 2006with some major surprises on the horizon.
2006-11-01 IBM plots storage tech roadmap
IBM Corp. has partnered with Infineon spin-off Qimonda AG and Taiwan's Macronix International Co. Ltd on phase-change RAM.
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.
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