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2009-08-13 Intel-Micron duo heats up x3 NAND race
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. have officially announced their initial offering in the 3-bit-per-cell (x3) NAND arena.
2015-07-30 Intel, Micron unleash novel non-volatile memory
The executives said the memory is based on a fundamental discovery that has yielded a non-volatile memory that exhibits a "bulk material property change" at the cross-point of metal access lines.
2012-04-20 Intel, Micron talk memory tech
"As long as the insatiable thirst for memory exists, we will always continue to beat Moore's Law," said Ramin Ghodsi, Micron Technology Inc.'s senior director of NAND development.
2008-02-06 Intel, Micron co-develop 'fastest' NAND flash tech
Intel and Micron Technology have unveiled a high-speed NAND flash memory technology that is touted to enhance the access and transfer of data in devices that use silicon for storage.
2008-08-20 Intel takes wrap off x86 STB processor
Intel will use its annual developer forum in San Francisco this week as a launching pad for its 45nm Nehalem processors.
2013-09-18 Intel announces improved virtualisation, security for vPro
Intel's vPro technology uses on-chip hardware to allow centralized control of entire fleets of computers by allowing the software image and device security to be remotely managed.
2012-08-30 Integrated overvoltage, overcurrent devices for consumer electronics
TE Connectivity's PolyZen CE, which targets tablets and other portable consumer electronics, claim to offer significant performance advantages over discrete solutions using fuses, Zeners and other passive devices.
2011-05-26 Imec, Atrenta develop exploration flows for 3D ICs
Atrenta and Imec have co-developed a design flow for heterogeneous 3D stacked ICs.
2011-06-23 IHS iSuppli ups 2011 semiconductor forecast
IHS iSuppli predicts that the global semiconductor market will increase 7.2 percent due to increasing consumer electronics sales in tablets and smartphones.
2012-06-14 IBM, SK Hynix team up in memory tech
SK Hynix is now covering three bets on future memory technology with agreements in place with Toshiba on magnetic RAM, with Hewlett-Packard Co. on resistive RAM (ReRAM), and with IBM on PCRAM.
2013-08-16 IBM outlines flash direction
IBM Flash Systems VP Michael Kuhn shared the details of Big Blue's road map which includes putting flash in DIMM slots.
2014-12-19 IBM claims PCM non-volatility not necessary
Ron Neale gets down to the nitty-gritty of IBM's invited paper at IEDM 2014. IBM has stated that for PCM, non-volatility/data-retention is no longer needed.
2008-03-05 IBM adopts clustered modular storage architecture
Software-managed clusters of inexpensive servers and storage devices will comprise IBM's next-generation storage architecture, according to Andrew Monshaw, general manager of system storage for IBM.
2016-03-31 HPE's hybrid DRAM/flash a first in new memory family
The release of the 8 Gbyte NVDIMM-N boards with new Broadwell-based Proliant DL360 1U and 380 2U servers signify HPE's move toward a new kind of persistent memory in servers.
2004-04-19 Heim recorders to use modular signal interfaces
Heim Data Systems' data-acq gear will provide a modular approach that can adapt to changing requirements in airborne and mobile apps.
2011-12-14 HDD undersupply slumps Intel revenue forecast
Due to the Thailand flood, Intel's initial $14.7 billion revenue forecast for Q4 has been downgraded to $13.7 billion.
2010-08-18 HDD technology alliance kicks off
Finally, the end may be near for the long, drawn out debates on what direction the HDD industry should or could take. Hitachi GST, Seagate Technology and Western Digital have moved to begin an industry alliance to set a road map for the industry.
2013-02-06 HDD market revenue to drop 12% this year
IHS predicted that global revenue for the market is set to drop to $32.7 billion in 2013, down from $37.1 billion last year.
2011-10-24 Guide to using MCF54418 NAND flash controller
Here's a general discussion on how to use the MCF5441x NAND flash memory controller.
2008-12-15 Group notes key markets to revive IC industry
Hedging away from continued downturn reports, The Information Network has compiled a list of growth markets for 2009 that could buck the downturn trend.
2007-09-04 Green Grid adds LSI as new member
LSI has joined The Green Grid, a non-profit consortium of IT companies and professionals seeking to lower the overall consumption of power in data centers around the globe.
2016-01-11 Global semiconductor revenue falls short at $340.3B in 2015
Gartner attributed the decline to the weak demand for key electronic equipment, the continuing impact of the strong dollar in some regions and rising inventory.
2009-01-14 Gear up for 32nm NAND chips
SanDisk Corp. disclosed that it will roll out 32nm devices in 2009. Its partner, Toshiba Corp., is also reported to roll out 32nm NAND chips in the later part of the year.
2015-04-24 Gartner: Slow year ahead for global chip market
A mix of currency shifts, excess inventory and end to PC upgrade cycle will slow the growth of worldwide semiconductor market in 2015, according to Gartner Inc.
2008-08-19 For sale? SanDisk rumors circulate
The big rumor is that Seagate Technology Inc. is interested in buying all or part of SanDisk Corp., according to sources in the industry.
2007-05-09 Flash interface boosts I/O bandwidth by tenfold
Mosaid Technologies Inc. is unveiling a new memory interface that it claims will increase I/O bandwidth in flash by more than ten times today's conventional devices.
2010-01-06 Fearless IC forecasts for 2010
2010 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already uncertainty in the air. EE Times' Mark LaPedus offers his chip forecasts and other prediction for 2010.
2013-01-22 Facebook: ARM server SoCs still fall short
Facebook executives said they want server SoCs that pack lots of cores and not much else.
2008-06-10 ExpressCards ready for 5Gbit/s jump next year
The PCMCIA group that manages PC-card standards disclosed it expects to publish a version 2.0 standard supporting data rates up to 5Gbit/s by early next year.
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.
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