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2007-09-06 Winbond launches new mobile memory lines
Taiwan's Winbond Electronics is launching two new families of memory components for mobile applicationsthe low-power DRAM and PSRAM.
2006-12-05 Winbond invests in Korean fabless memory firm
Winbond Electronics announced that it invested $15.7 million in Emerging Memory & Logic Solution Inc. via its overseas subsidiary and received one seat on EMLSI's Board of Directors
2014-02-20 UFS innovations trend towards mobile computing applications
EE Times' Designline editor Janine Love asks "What's the latest on universal flash storage?" as she talks about a panel on UFS that she moderated at DesignCon2014.
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.
2012-10-05 Tablets, smartphones boost mobile DRAM revenue in Q2
IHS announced that mobile DRAM revenue amounted to $1.85 billion in Q2, up from $1.83 billion in Q1
2013-04-19 Samsung turns to SK Hynix for mobile memory support
Samsung Electronics is considering sourcing mobile DRAM chips from its South Korean rival SK Hynix in as part of its strategy to cope with possible supply shortage towards the end of 2013
2007-04-02 Samsung tips memory chips for content-heavy handsets, CE devices
Samsung's latest memory chip rollouts are aimed at digital CE devices and handsets featuring complex functions and loaded with content-heavy data
2015-01-12 Samsung reveals advanced mobile memory
While the LPDDR4 chip received an honorary innovation award at CES, it won't make its way to flagship phones until later this year when Samsung partners ship devices now in development.
2005-11-11 Samsung mass produces first 90nm 512Mb mobile DRAM
Samsung Electronics has started to mass produce 512Mb dynamic random access memory (DRAM) for mobile products, using 90nm circuitry
2014-06-17 Samsung leads eMMC, eMCP memory segment
With $3.317 billion or 35.6 per cent of worldwide revenue in 2013, Gartner named Samsung as the top eMMC and eMCP vendor. Toshiba, SK Hynix, and SanDisk took the next three spots.
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
2014-01-02 Samsung boasts industry's first 8Gb LPDDR4 mobile DRAM
The high-speed 8Gb LPDDR4 mobile DRAM promises to provide the highest level of density, performance and energy efficiency for mobile memory applications.
2012-09-19 Samsung begins 2GB LPDDR3 mobile memory prod'n
Using 30nm class technology, the LPDDR3 can transfer data up to 1600Mb/s per pin, which is said to be about 50 percent faster than a LPDDR2 DRAM.
2007-07-24 Qimonda ships samples of 75nm Mobile DRAM
Qimonda is sampling its first 512Mbit Mobile DRAMs in 75nm geometries
2013-05-23 Mobile memory contract price decline eases amid tight supply
In Q2, the drop in mobile DRAM contract prices has eased, and price-competitive mainstream products such as LPDDR2 4Gb, 8Gb and 16Gb underwent price drops of less than 10 per cent QoQ
2012-05-07 Mobile DRAM enters low profit era
Turning to mobile DRAM is a logical option, but with so many makers jumping on the bandwagon, Q2 mobile DRAM contract price has fallen by 10-15 percent QoQ
2008-07-28 microSDHC card adds 8GB memory to handsets
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has added an 8Gbyte microSD High-Capacity (SDHC) flash memory card (SDC4/8GB) to its mobile memory storage line.
2004-12-27 Micron unveils 2Gb NAND flash memory products
Micron Technology shipped its first production 2Gb NAND flash memory products
2004-12-23 Micron ships 2Gb 90nm NAND flash memory products
Micron Technology Inc. has shipped its first production 2Gb NAND flash memory products, hitting the target of its entry strategy into the NAND market
2006-03-16 Memory packages eye cellphones
Micron has developed a family of multichip-packaged memories for smart phones.
2010-02-22 Memory architecture enables 4.3Gbit/s throughput
Rambus has introduced its Mobile XDR memory architecture for next-generation mobile products, combining high-bandwidth and low-power.
2006-06-21 MCP memory has 2GB NAND, SD card controller
Toshiba's new MCP memory with 2Gbyte NAND flash memory and SD card interface targets mobile phones.
2009-11-10 MCP memory geared for smart phones, MIDs
Micron's multi-chip package (MCP) memory includes a 4Gbit NAND flash memory die and a 2Gbit low-power DDR die
2012-07-10 LPDDR3 mobile DRAM to gain wider market share next year
As Samsung, SK Hynix and Elpida begin mass producing LPDDR3, the product will take over half of the market share in 2H14, becoming the mobile memory market mainstream.
2015-01-09 Identifying memory trends: Issues, standards and specs
Jennie Grosslight, the memory test product manager at Keysight Technologies, revealed what she thinks will be the prevailing memory trends in 2015
2013-08-15 Global mobile DRAM revenue in Q2 grows 11 per cent QoQ
Along with inventory stocking for the coming sales season, mobile DRAM revenue approached $3 billion in Q2, comprising 34 per cent of total DRAM revenue
2012-08-13 Global mobile DRAM revenue grows 12
According to DRAMeXchange, the popularity of smartphones and tablets has stimulated mobile DRAM demand growth in Q2, with Koreans taking 77.5 percent of the global market
2005-04-26 Flash memory suits multimedia phones
Samsung developed a 4Gb OneNAND flash memory device for multimedia phones, featuring micro-compact dimensions, low power consumption and high performance, in addition to its high density
2015-03-11 ECC bumps up mobile device reliability, efficiency
Here is a look at how error correcting code enables enhanced memory density and bandwidth while maintaining power neutrality and reliability
2012-04-09 Design IP supports LPDDR3 memory standard
The controller and PHY IP solution from Cadence claim to offer high bandwidth and low power consumption required by smartphones and tablets.
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