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2005-10-10 Toshiba boosts capex amid flash demand
Toshiba Corp. on Thursday (October 6) said that it plans to boost its semiconductor capital spending due to strong demand for flash memory and other products, according to a report from Reuters.
2006-01-11 Thumb drives launch apps, media players
In the war of the thumb drives, Lexar Media is teaming with Israeli software developer Ceedo Technologies to deliver a version of its USB flash drives that can store and launch applications and media players.
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.
2012-09-27 The iPhone 5 inside out
Apple's iPhone 5 A1428 model, torn apart for a closer inspection
2008-08-29 Tech firms go head-to-head on SSDs
The solid-state drive (SSD) battle is brewing as an endless stream of companies are expanding or entering the market, leaving many to predict a shakeout in the arena.
2014-02-06 Storage Visions 2014 highlights innovative memory tech
Memory architectures, SSDs and flash technology were well represented at this year's Storage Visions conference, including the show's awards that showed visionary companies and products.
2015-08-31 Storage array packs 3D NAND drives
By supporting 3D TLC SSDs, Kaminario's K2 v5.5 customers can double the effective capacity of the array to more than 360TB per K-block and scale one K2 array to multiple petabytes in a single rack unit.
2005-05-25 ST considering sale of memory business, says report
STMicroelectronics NV is considering selling its memory business, according to reports.
2014-04-15 SSDs' lustre bound to fade quickly
The growing demand for solid state drives can be attributed to their speed and non-volatility. However, a cost-efficient upgrade of the system is limited to the addition of flash memories and scaling back DRAM requirements.
2008-09-03 SSDs not yet ripe for 'storage-class' apps
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are promising, but the technology may not be ready for prime time in higher-end enterprise or "storage-class" applications, according to an analyst.
2010-08-24 SSDs fail to unseat HDDs
Hopes were very high that solid state drives would drive the NAND flashmarket and replace HDDs, but these hopes have not been met.
2013-08-13 SSD market gains from Ultrabooks, tablets in 1Q13
SSD shipments to ultrathins and Ultrabook PCs reached 5.9 million units from January to March this year according to IHS.
2016-01-27 Sony to buy Altair to drive LTE for Internet of Things
Sony said the acquisition of Altair would expand the latter's existing business. Sony said it also plans to move forward with research and development of new sensing technologies.
2014-01-23 Some companies still see potential in USB flash drives
Increasing use of Wi-Fi and cloud services has led to reduced use of USB flash drives, but some companies still see potential in the devices.
2008-01-16 Solid-state drives aim to edge out HDDs
The landscape is shifting in the emerging market for solid-state storage drives that could threaten the power-hungry HDDs.
2009-06-03 Smartbooks to take center stage at Computex
Freescale Semiconductor and Qualcomm Inc. are minting smartbooks, ARM- and Linux-based portables, at Computex Taipei 2009.
2013-11-29 Small SSD makers losing business to larger rivals
The CEO of LSI hoped the market for SSD controllers from Sandforce, a startup purchased by the firm in 2011 for $370 million, would grow as much as 35 percent this year, but grew only 10 percent.
2007-01-29 SiP lacks EDA tool support
System-in-package (SiP) may be an increasingly attractive alternative to SoCs, but EDA tool support is sorely lacking.
2010-11-12 Silicon startups reveal keys to success
A look at the companies that have made it to the EE Times 60 Emerging Startups list over the past six years shows that they all had a clear sales proposition and that CMOS and software remain fundamental to the industry.
2010-09-06 Silicon ReRAM beats graphene, say Rice researchers
Rice University researchers demonstrated a proof-of-concept 1Kb silicon ReRAM that they claim can be scaled beyond the densities of flash.
2006-04-19 Shortages, stability seen for NAND flash, says analysts
After experiencing severe price declines and a capacity glut, suppliers of NAND-based flash memories are expected to see the first wave of product shortages in the current quarter.
2014-03-25 Semiconductor spending seen to increase
Samsung, Intel and TSMC will take the lion's share of investment, accounting for more than half of total semiconductor industry capex this year.
2013-09-12 Semiconductor capex spending in ASEAN rises
IC Insights released its latest report that covers semiconductor industry capital spending trends and traced the sales of the top 10 semiconductor companies dating back to 1985.
2015-07-21 Semicon West highlights 10 chip trends
During the recent Semicon West, executives from a number of chip companies discussed the ongoing developments on semiconductors technology.
2015-01-27 Self-encrypting SSDs to become de facto standard
Self-encrypting SSDs are starting to become more appealing as they allow for encryption at the hardware level, regardless of OS, and can be deployed in a variety of scenarios.
2014-01-20 Samsung, TSMC, Micron lead IC industry by capacity
The top 10 companies now hold 67 percent of worldwide IC industry capacity, up from 54 percent in 2009.
2014-05-21 Samsung, Toshiba launch all-out 3D NAND production efforts
Both companies are gearing up for the production of 3D NAND devices, with Samsung in China and Toshiba in Japan, in preparation for the market that is believed to take off in the second half of 2015.
2009-06-24 Samsung, Toshiba fortify NAND license deal
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. and Toshiba Corp. have renewed their patent cross-licensing deal related to NAND memories.
2009-10-23 Samsung urges Korea to expand beyond memory
Chipmakers are finally seeing an upturn but going forward, South Korea's four major chipmakersand the nation's semiconductor industryface its share of challenges.
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.
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