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2011-02-25 Vendors keen on pushing mobile DRAM to higher speeds
While 800- or 1,066MHz LPDDR2 devices could serve as a bridge to next-gen technologies, they could also push out other next-gen candidates.
2007-07-24 Regulators up power efficiency in DDR apps by 93
Freescale Semiconductor has introduced a series of single- and dual-power regulator ICs that provide efficient power management for DDR applications
2014-09-18 Mobile DDR SDRAMs prolong battery lifetime in portables
The solutions from Alliance Memory feature auto temperature compensated self-refresh (ATCSR) to cut power consumption in portable consumer electronics, medical equipment and networking devices.
2005-05-26 Micron DDR devices offer increased reliability over standard DRAM
Micron launched a family of Mobile DDR devices, with product samples of multiple densities now available.
2006-12-11 Hynix unveils 512Mbit mobile DRAM chip
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has developed a 512-Mbit mobile DRAM that meets industry chip standards and operates at 200MHz
2007-03-19 Hynix claims 'fastest' 512Mbit mobile DDR SDRAM
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. claims it has developed the industry's fastest 185MHz 512Mbit mobile DDR SDRAM with error correction code.
2006-07-27 ARM releases next-gen DDR memory solutions
The new ARM Velocity DDR products are compliant with JEDEC standards for DDR, DDR2, Mobile DDR and GDDR3 SDRAM and support standard CMOS processes on 130-, 110-, 90- and 65nm nodes for leading foundries.
2010-03-19 32Mbit mobile SDRAMs run up to 166MHz
Integrated Silicon Solution Inc. is rolling out the latest members of its ultralow-power mobile SDRAM family that has an operating voltage of 1.8V, a maximum speed of 166MHz
2009-04-29 1Gbit mobile DRAM touts high speed at low power
Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has developed the first mobile 1Gbit DDR2 DRAM using 54nm process technology
2006-07-11 VIA unrolls 'first' single chipset for ultra mobile PCs
VIA Technologies has added the VX700 core logic chipset to its Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC) product portfolio, claiming it is the first single chipset for UMPCs
2002-01-29 VIA launches DDR chipset for mobile Pentium III
The ProSavageDDR PN266T is claimed to be the first mobile chipset to support fast DDR266 memory for the mobile Pentium III processor
2003-10-14 Transmeta, ULi to offer efficient mobile platform
ULi Electronics Inc. has announced the development of its M1563 south bridge that is designed to provide support for Transmeta Corp's Efficeon processor.
2015-01-13 Total IP sol'n for MIPI SoundWire aimed at mobile devices
Arasan's MIPI SoundWire IP solution is fully configurable for a number of options such as data ports, SoundWire bus lanes and audio sample widths to meet a range of audio applications.
2015-02-12 Synopsys rolls out DDR Explorer for memory sub-systems
Using DDR Explorer, designers can analyse their DDR memory sub-system and optimise their architecture to increase efficiency by up to 20 per cent, while achieving 10 times faster turnaround time
2007-01-02 Samsung touts industry's 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed the industry's 'first' 1Gbit Mobile DRAM using 80nm process technology
2007-01-04 Samsung makes 'first' 1Gbit mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed what it touts as the industry's first 1Gbit mobile DRAM for mobile products, using 80nm process technology
2005-01-21 Samsung develops 512MB DRAM for mobile devices
Samsung has completed a working prototype of a 512MB DRAM for mobile products that operates at up to 333Mbps, transmitting 32 bits of data simultaneously
2007-07-24 Qimonda ships samples of 75nm Mobile DRAM
Qimonda is sampling its first 512Mbit Mobile DRAMs in 75nm geometries
2006-11-13 Qimonda intros 183MHz DDR Mobile-RAM
Qimonda AG has launched its 183MHz DDR synchronous Mobile-RAM offering a capacity of 512Mbit in a 60-ball FBGA package with 1.8V power supply.
2008-10-06 Mobile WiMAX SoC responds to base stations' needs
Meeting the narrow cost constraints of a femto environment, while scaling one solution to pico and micro base stations, was a challenge eluding system manufacturers and service providers.
2008-08-01 Mobile memories advance to lower voltage use
Low-power DDR2 (LPDDR2), a next-generation low-power memory technology for mobile and embedded designs being defined by companies participating in JEDEC standards, offers higher speed, lower-voltage operation, larger capacities and lower pin count than the current generation. This lets NVM share the same bus as SDRAM
2002-07-03 JEDEC begins work on third DDR DRAM standard
The proposed third iteration of the DDR DRAM standard would seek to cover a range of new mobile wireless devices beyond PCs and servers, an industry standards group said.
2003-03-14 Intel launches WLAN solution for mobile PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced its Centrino mobile technology, which integrates wireless capability into mobile PCs
2004-08-02 Infineon DDR Micro-DIMMs have small footprint
Infineon released what it claims as the world's first DDR-Micro-DIMM module for sub-notebooks
2007-08-14 Hynix touts 'smallest' 1Gbit mobile DRAM chip
Hynix announced it has developed what it claims to be industry's smallest 1Gbit mobile DRAM
2006-12-06 Fujitsu intros 256Mbit FCRAM for mobile apps
Fujitsu Microelectronics America has announced a new 256Mbit FCRAM designed for mobile applications such as cellular handsets
2015-03-05 Examining the advances in mobile storage
We cannot fully predict the types of architectures that future mobile and storage products will have. However, the possibilities enabled by technologies under development today are exciting
2014-12-04 End of DDR marks surge of 3D, TSV-based memory
Several DRAM memory architectures based on 3D layer stacking and TSV have evolved to accommodate increasing memory requirements spearheaded by Samsung, Hynix and Micron.
2008-01-22 Elpida tips x64bit I/O Mobile RAM
Elpida Memory has released a new x64bit wide I/O 256Mbit Mobile RAM, the ECK2664JACN
2007-11-05 Elpida announces 512Mbit DDR2 Mobile RAM
Elpida Memory, Inc. announced that it has developed the world's first 512Mbit DDR2 Mobile RAM operating at an ultra-low voltage of 1.2V
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