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2005-10-04 Hynix unveils roadmap for 70nm NAND flash
Korean chip maker Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has disclosed an aggressive product roadmap to mass produce NAND-based flash memory
2009-01-23 How to weather the economic storm
Fab-tool veteran Nick Konidaris, president and CEO of Electro Scientific Industries Inc., provided some tips.
2002-04-16 Hitachi Flash memories sense defective sectors
Designed for mobile phones and PDAs, Hitachi Ltd's superAND type of Flash memories incorporate a defective sector control function to detect and automatically replace defective sectors with reserved sectors
2008-07-25 High-speed USB flash drive carries FIPS validation
Lexar Media recently introduced Lexar JumpDrive Solo Vault, a FIPS validated USB personal storage device, which is a complete out-of-the-box solution offering tamper-proof data security.
2006-09-01 Getting reacquainted with NAND flash
For many consumer audio and video products, NAND flash memory is a better storage choice than HDD, especially in low-capacity applications (4Gbytes or less
2002-05-16 Flash, SRAM meld in multichip packages
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. and Silicon Storage Technology Inc. have each tucked Flash with SRAM into multichip packages (MCPs).
2008-08-08 Elpida to build 300mm fab in China
After separating from its foundry partner in China, Elpida Memory Inc. plans to create a 300mm fab venture in the country. Its total capital expenditure for the new fab in China reaches $5 billion
2006-03-17 Dual-output SPI doubles clock rate in serial flash family
Winbond's SpiFlash 25X is its second-generation serial flash memory family that ranges in densities from 1Mbit to 64Mbits
2008-11-10 DRAM vendors struggle to overcome 'insolvency'
A DRAM shakeout continues amid the ongoing economic downturn and potential technology setbacks in the sector
2007-02-06 DRAM sales up 16.2% in Q4
Sales revenue of global DRAM makers in Q4 grew 16.2 percent q-o-q, according to market research firm DRAMeXchange.
2009-01-27 Deconstructing Samsung's reshuffle
Samsung continues to reorganize its management ranks, as part of a strategy to boost its sagging bottom line and create fewer conflicts within its chip unit.
2009-12-11 Comment: Samsung still lost in foundry arena
Samsung is still learning the foundry ropes. But in reality, the South Korean memory giant has been a major bust in the foundry business and it still doesn't really understand the arena
2009-07-29 Can Taiwan DRAM vendors stay independent?
Taiwan's DRAM industry is scrambling to find new ways to survive amid the horrific memory downturn
2010-01-07 Buzz: Is UAE taking over Hynix?
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government is considering buying a stake in South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc., according to a report.
2004-01-01 Asia's chip industry reaches a new trajectory
Strong growth on chips is expected this year, driven largely by demand from the computer, communications and consumer electronics sectors.
2002-09-26 Artisan mulls Synopsys libraries purchase
Synopsys Inc. is shopping the libraries operation it acquired when it bought Avanti Corp. earlier this year, and Artisan Components Inc. is considering its purchase, both companies said.
2010-10-21 Antifuse NVM seeks to topple ROM
Non-volatile memory maker Kilopass rolls out a one-time programmable memory with up to 4Mb capacity, 0.8mm2 form factor, and 0.3mW/MHz power use that it claims is the front runner to replace ROM
2010-02-16 Analysis: Why Micron bought Numonyx
Micron Technology Inc.'s take over of NOR flash leader Numonyx Holdings B.V. is part of an ongoing diversification strategy by the U.S. memory maker
2009-04-01 Analysis: Numonyx braces for stormy 2009
A year after its official inception, Numonyx Inc. continues to move full speed ahead with its charter despite the current downturn and chaos in the supply chain.
2006-11-23 AMI adds automotive-grade flash in 0.35?m SoCs
AMI Semiconductor has launched automotive-grade embedded flash memory for its 0.35?m Smart Power high-voltage mixed-signal SoC process technology
2012-05-10 After Elpida-Micron, then what?
When Micron and Elpida integrate, their combined market share will bring Micron's market share to nearly 24 percent, surpassing SK Hynix's 23.9 percent.
2006-05-16 Advanced memories still struggle in mobiles
Memory research managers themselves have scaled back their rhetoric in the past, avoiding the term universal memory altogether. Freescale, Intel and Texas Instruments are dealing with memory designs
2002-02-13 Adtron SCSI storage system fits into 3U card
The SC3 SCSI storage system offers up to 4GB of Flash memory or up to 40GB of hard-disk space on a single-slot 3U card, making it suitable for use in network routers, military computer systems, aviation and vehicle-based computers
2009-01-19 Wall Street forecasts 20% IC market dip in '09
Wall Street has given its 2009 fearless predictions for the IC and fab-tool sectors at the Industry Strategy Symposium.
2004-05-31 TSIA estimates Taiwan Q2 foundry revenue at $3B
Taiwan Semiconductor Industry Association estimates that Taiwan's chip-foundry industry will attain over $3 billion for Q2, a 14.7 percent jump from the last quarter.
2007-02-16 Tbyte drive, notebook flash set HDD milestones
Hitachi's first terabyte drive and SanDisk's 32GByte flash-based solid-state drive both signal long-term transitions that could make or break fortunes in mass storages.
2002-05-14 STMicro offers 4Mb, 8Mb serial Flash devices
STMicroelectronics has announced the release of the M25P40 (4Mb) and M25P80 (8Mb) serial Flash memories targeted for serial code-download in HDDs, DVD players, graphics cards, WLANs, and STBs.
2005-07-18 Serial Flash memories from ST provide flexible upgradeability
STMicroelectronics's new flash memories can maintain continuity with serial EEPROMs in pin-out, allowing flexible upgradeability, which means easy implementation and saving time on designs.
2003-10-20 Infineon further streamlines operations
Infineon Technologies AG has announced that they will pursue further slimming down its corporate structures.
2008-12-18 Group supports Taiwan DRAM bailout plan
The U.S.-Taiwan Business Council Taiwan is backing a proposed government bailout of Taiwan's ailing DRAM industry.
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