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2010-01-28 Temperature sensors up reliability of DD3 modules
The temperature sensors can trigger shutdown of a subsystem if the temperature reaches a critical point, enhancing reliability.
2013-11-08 Synopsys reveals DesignWare ARC HS processors
Geared for next-generation embedded data and signal processing systems, the 32bit ARC HS34 and HS36 processors deliver 1.9DMIPS/MHz at speeds up to 2.2GHz in typical 28nm silicon.
2014-04-22 Survey sheds light on users' perception of SSD performance
The SNIA survey results!which embodied the mobile, desktop, server, and storage sub-system segments!revealed that endurance was prioritised by users, followed by integrity and data encryption. This uncovered an outdated
2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2009-06-16 Storage system delivers high availability, reliability
Fujitsu has introduced the two entry-level RAID storage systems designed to meet the growing demand from mid-sized enterprises with new features such as reduced power consumption, simplified management and improved redundancy.
2015-04-08 Start-ups gain traction in storage markets
A new set of buyers!providers of storage services and other computing services!have emerged. This new buyer set is purchasing devices from established vendors as well as the start-ups.
2007-10-10 SST, Insyde team on flash-based PC storage
Flash vendor Silicon Storage Technology Inc. and BIOS developer Insyde Software Corp. are collaborating on a new platform for flash-based storage in the PC, called FlashMate.
2014-04-03 SSDs from SanDisk eye enterprise, data centre apps
The CloudSpeed SATA product family leverage software to address endurance challenges, particularly those created by write-intensive application workloads in enterprise data centres.
2008-11-11 SSDs drive better performance for online tasks
Samsung is now in volume production of its 25Gbyte and 50Gbyte SSDs for performance-optimized server applications like video on demand, Web serving and on-line transaction processing.
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.
2013-04-19 Smartphones, tablets, SSDs lift NAND flash sales
IC Insights forecasted that the NAND flash market will grow 12 per cent in 2013 from $26.8 billion in 2012.
2013-10-31 SK Hynix turns to BeSang for 3D IC tech
SK Hynix has licensed BeSang's 3D IC process that uses a low-temperature process to build multi-layer 3D integrated circuits one layer at a time using traditional vias.
2013-11-29 Shrinkage rate in NAND flash exceeds Moore's Law
Though a place remains for spinning-disc media and DRAM, NAND flash memory is assuming an increasingly important role, not just in storage, but also in embedded systems.
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.
2013-08-07 Seagate makes equity investment in eASIC
eASIC and Seagate aim to develop custom silicon solutions for Seagate's line of SSD that would leverage eASIC's expertise in fast time-to-market, low-cost and low-power custom silicon solutions.
2011-05-06 Seagate gets 40% of HDD market
With its acquisition of Samsung Electronics' HDD business, Seagate will control 40 percent of the hard drive market, according to IHS iSuppli.
2009-06-05 SATA 3.0 promises 'lightning-fast' transfer speed
Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO) has released the Serial ATA Revision 3.0 specification, which promises to usher in lightning-fast transfer speeds up to 6Gbit/s as well as enhancements to support multimedia applications.
2008-04-04 SanDisk eyes mobile, CE markets in India
SanDisk plans to increase market presence and diversify product offerings in India, addressing the country's growing demand for flash memory cards used in cellphones, digital cameras and music players.
2009-08-20 SanDisk CEO offers NAND forecast
SanDisk Corp. founder, chairman and CEO Eli Harari warned that the NAND industry is at the "crossroads," as there is a "disconnect" between future capacity requirements and demand.
2013-05-29 SanDisk announces sampling of 1Ynm process tech
The firm takes its memory cell size from 19 x 26nm to 19 x 19.5nm, promising a 25 per cent reduction of the memory cell area and allowing SanDisk to build smaller, more powerful flash products.
2008-07-22 Samsung, Sun tie up to enable flash drive stability
Samsung Electronics has worked with server maker Sun Microsystems to develop a new 8Gbit single-level-cell design for computer servers that it claims increases the number of read/write cycles for NAND flash memory chips five-fold.
2009-03-30 Samsung ups power-efficiency efforts
South Korea chip giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd disclosed a host of "green" products, including the disclosure of a new, low-power DDR3 DRAM device.
2014-10-17 Samsung to build $14.7B IC fab
In order to maintain leadership in memory IC sales and support new markets, Samsung is building a new wafer fab in South Korea, estimated at $14.7 billion.
2008-06-10 Samsung remains upbeat despite memory slump
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd gave a progress report on its flat-panel display and semiconductor businesses, saying the LCD segment is seeing strong growth but the IC sector is showing mixed results.
2014-08-07 Samsung preps future SSDs with 3bit V-NAND chips
The soon-to-be-shipped chips feature a vertical architecture stacking 32 cell layers on top of one another, with each layer fitting 3bits of data. Samsung also launched a smart storage initiative to leverage unused capabilities of flash controllers.
2015-09-30 Samsung opens 10-story Silicon Valley office
The new Samsung office costs about $300 million and will house research labs for semiconductors, LEDs and displays.
2008-02-05 Samsung intros 128Gbyte MLC flash-based SSDs
Samsung Electronics has announced MLC flash-based 128Gbyte SSDs that will be produced in 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch versions for notebook and desktop PCs, as well as other mobile applications.
2013-08-07 Samsung embarks on 3D V-NAND mass production
Samsung has begun mass producing 3D vertical NAND flash memory designed for range of application including embedded storage and SSDs.
2007-10-26 Samsung debuts 64Gbit MLC NAND flash memory
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed the world's first 64Gbit multilevel cell NAND flash memory chip!using 30nm-class process technology.
2015-08-13 Samsung brings 3D NAND to mainstream
According to a company executive, Samsung will soon start making a version of its 850 EVO SSDs using its latest 48-layer, 3bit per cell, 256Gb 3D NAND chips.
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