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2013-12-06 Strong memory market boosts semiconductor sales in 2013
IHS stated that following a 2.5 percent decline in 2012, the global semiconductor market has regained its footing in 2013 with revenue set to expand by nearly five percent.
2013-04-11 SEMI: Foundry, memory to steer ASEAN IC growth
Two sectors that rake in majority of large-scale investments in Southeast Asia are foundries and memory firms, according to trade association SEMI
2007-03-29 Samsung exec sees a stable memory market
Despite worries about the direction of the global memory market, the head of Samsung's semiconductor business forecast that the flash memory market will recover over the next few months while the entire memory market stabilizes later this year
2001-05-24 Reset pin circuitry for Flash memory sector protection management
This application note is intended to assist designers in providing the necessary circuitry to support in-system sector protection management, at a low incremental cost
2006-08-18 Q2 sales of China's Memory Devices grew 151
China's Memory Devices said in a statement that sales for Q2 of 2006 shot up 151 percent from 2005 to $142 million, while net profit rose 82 percent to $3 million
2009-07-01 Memory vendors kick off NAND scaling race
The Intel-Micron duo, Samsung and Toshiba are racing each other for bragging rights in terms of NAND scaling leadership.
2002-12-19 Memory sector drives semiconductor market in '02
Worldwide DRAM revenue reached $16.2 billion in 2002, a 36.7 percent increase from 2001, according to preliminary statistic released by Dataquest Inc.
2009-01-22 Memory makers should consolidate, drop bailouts
Semiconductor analysts at the Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) urged memory makers to consolidate!and forget about the proposed bailouts!in an effort to restore profitability and sanity in the sector.
2011-11-08 IHS: Thai floods drown electronics sector
The Thailand flooding represents the second major natural disaster to affect the industry this year after the March 2011 Japan earthquake.
2007-10-22 Hynix cuts 2008 capex, revives non-memory biz
With a mix Q3 report, Hynix Semiconductor Inc. will reportedly cut its 2008 capital and re-enter the non-memory chip markets
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.
2007-08-16 Car systems call for secure memory
Today's cars comprise several dozen processors, a wide range of sensors, and various types of control, safety, comfort and communications systems. All these systems have one thing in common!the need for non-volatile storage.
2003-05-29 Augmenting Korea's non-memory semiconductor industry
Professor Kyung Jong-Min, a pioneer in the development of Korea's non-memory technology, said that an engineering profession is an honest and dignified livelihood
2007-07-25 Winbond tips new parallel flash memory devices
Winbond Electronics Corp. has added new products to its W19B family with the introduction of 16-, 32- and 64Mbit parallel flash memory devices
2008-09-19 Which memory rival should buy SanDisk
SanDisk Corp. will most likely be acquired by a rival but the question is which of its NAND memory competitors or partners will buy the company
2003-04-28 WEDC Flash memory saves 70 percent of board area
The W72M64V-XBX 3.3V Flash memory from White Electronic Designs Corp. is packaged in a 13-by-12mm, 159 PBGA package
2003-04-16 WEDC Flash memory offers simultaneous R/W operation
The W72M64XV-XBX 2Mx64, 3.3V Flash memory device from White Electronic Designs Corp. allows simultaneous R/W operation
2009-04-03 Taiwan Memory taps Elpida as tech partner
In a possible move to gain control of Taiwan's DRAM industry, Japan's Elpida Memory Inc. has been chosen as strategic partner of Taiwan Memory Co. (TMC
2012-05-16 Tablets, smartphones propel mobile memory chip market
IHS projects the revenue for mobile memory to reach $14.9 billion this year, up from $14.1 billion in 2011
2006-12-15 STMicro reorganizes for flash memory foothold
To prepare the company for strategic repositioning in the flash memory segment, STMicroelectronics will reorganize its product segments into three categories
2004-12-29 ST Flash memory provides 50Mbps throughput
ST's new 64Mb serial-interface flash memory features an enhanced data transfer clock speed of 50MHz and read throughput of 50Mbps
2003-03-04 SST Flash memory boasts fast erase time
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has introduced the SST39VF320 32Mb Flash memory chip that offers a maximum erase time of 50ms, instead of the minutes needed by most competing products
2005-05-30 SST discloses flash memory support for Intel chipsets
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) announced a serial flash memory support of Intel Corp.'s latest Intel 82573E LAN chipset featuring Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT), and Intel 945 Express chipset family with Intel 82801GB and 82801GR I/O Controller Hub
2004-05-04 Spansion memory devices feature password protection
The 128-, 64-, and 32Mb Flash memory products from Spansion are claimed by the company as the industry's fastest for 3V wireless systems
2008-09-09 Spansion advanced sector protection
This document describes the implementation of the Advanced Sector Protection in Spansion flash memory devices.
2005-10-04 Sony, SanDisk push micro Memory Stick
SanDisk and Sony Corporation have launched a jointly developed Memory Stick card dubbed the Micro, and are targeting the removable flash storage recording format at the mobile phones sector.
2010-02-17 Shortage looms in memory market
There is expected to be a tight supply of memory parts in 2010 due to rebound in demand; lack or under-investment of capital spending; and extended lead times for lithography gear from ASML
2007-08-30 Serial flash memory with dual I/O clocks at 75MHz
STMicroelectronics' M25PX32 32Mbit serial flash memory with dual I/O supports 75MHz frequency through the entire 2.7-3.6V supply voltage range
2003-11-25 Sanyo, SST to push flash memory technology in China
Sanyo Electric and Silicon Storage Technology both announced plans for continued expansion of their businesses into China's high-technology sector
2009-10-23 Samsung urges Korea to expand beyond memory
Chipmakers are finally seeing an upturn but going forward, South Korea's four major chipmakers!and the nation's semiconductor industry!face its share of challenges.
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