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 Top 10 DRAM Suppliers in Q3 2006 Revealed
According to research firms DRAMeXchange and iSuppli, Samsung Electronics and Qimonda AG have managed to retain leading positions in the memory, just as the vast majority of the Top 10 me...
(2006-11-29) [Read Detail]
 OCZ Launches 1150MHz Memory Modules
OCZ Technology Group, a well-known maker of memory products for enthusiasts and overclockers, on Monday unveiled its new memory modules designed for those, who call themselves hardcore en...
(2006-11-21) [Read Detail]
 OCZ Puts Fans on Memory Modules
In a bid to offer performance enthusiasts better memory solutions, OCZ Technology has unveiled its new eXtreme thermal convection (XTC) memory cooler that is designed to actively cool-dow...
(2006-11-17) [Read Detail]
 Corsair Installs Dual-Path Heat Exchange ¤ominator?Coolers on PC2-6400
Corsair Memory, a leading producer of memory modules for enthusiasts, has unveiled its new 800MHz memory modules that carry advanced dual-path heat exchange cooling systems, potentially a...
(2006-11-02) [Read Detail]
 Memory Module Market to Grow 12% in 2006 ?Research
The market of memory modules may grow 12% this year compared to 2005, according to the latest findings of market research firm DRAMeXchange. Among the top 20 of the world's largest makers...
(2006-08-01) [Read Detail]
 Samsung Shows Off Next-Gen Memory Modules
Samsung Electronics, the world's largest maker of memory modules, demonstrated at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) its memory modules based on the DDR3 devices. The company confirmed that Inte...
(2006-04-15) [Read Detail]
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 IBM and Spansion Share Intellectual Property
Spansion and IBM on Monday announced that they had entered into a seven-year patent cross licensing agreement. The agreement involves patents on IBM’s recently announced “racetrack...
(2008-04-30) [Read Detail]
 FTC Will Have to Reconsider Evidences Against Rambus
Rambus, a developer of memory and interface technologies, announced last week that the US Court of Appeals for the DC circuit has overturned the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) decisions rega...
(2008-04-30) [Read Detail]
 Countervailing Duties Removed from Hynix Semiconductor's Products in EU
Earlier in April the council of the European Union formally adopted a decision to lift countervailing duties on imports of dynamic random access (DRAM) memory chips from South Korea manufactur...
(2008-04-25) [Read Detail]
 Rambus and Spansion Sign Memorandum of Understanding
Rambus, a leading designer of memory and interface technologies, and Spansion, a leading maker of flash memory, have signed an agreement for DDR engineering services and a memorandum of unders...
(2008-04-25) [Read Detail]
 Elpida and Qimonda to Jointly Develop Next-Gen Process Technologies
Elpida Memory and Qimonda AG, both leading global suppliers of dynamic random access memory, announced on Thursday that had signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a technology partners...
(2008-04-25) [Read Detail]
 Super Talent Unwraps 4GB DDR3 Memory Kit with 1800MHz Clock-Speed
Super Talent, a leading supplier of advanced memory products, this week said it had begun shipping the world’s first 4GB memory kit capable of operating at 1800MHz. The new product is ai...
(2008-04-24) [Read Detail]
 Micron and Nanya Sign Agreement to Create Memory Joint-Venture
Micron Technology and Nanya Technology Corp., two leading producers of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) and flash, on Monday announced today that the two companies had signed an agreement t...
(2008-04-23) [Read Detail]
 OCZ Unveils Another Set of Liquid-Cooler Memory Modules
OCZ Technology, a leading producer of high-performance DRAM-based products, on Thursday unveiled the world’s first set of 2GHz memory modules that can work at rather unprecedented 2GHz c...
(2008-04-18) [Read Detail]
 IBM Details ¤acetrack?Memory
IBM scientists are moving closer to electronic memory that combines the best attributes of flash drives and the hard disk drives of computers. The breakthrough could lead to cheaper, more dura...
(2008-04-15) [Read Detail]
 Super Talent's 8GB Flash Drive Fits on Finger Tip
Super Talent Technology Corp., one of the leading suppliers of advanced memory products, this week announced what it claims to be the world’s tiniest USB flash drive that can store 8GB o...
(2008-04-10) [Read Detail]
 Micron Announced 4GB DDR3 Memory Modules
Micron Technology, a leading maker of memory chips and modules, this week said it plans to make 4GB DDR3 SO-DIMMs for mobile computers and small form-factor systems. Two of such devices will e...
(2008-04-04) [Read Detail]
 50 Million Rambus XDR Memory Chips Shipped, PS3 Still the Major XDR Consumer
Rambus, a leading memory and interface technology company, said recently that shipments of XDR memory it developed had reached 50 million units. Even though this is a respectable amount, the l...
(2008-04-03) [Read Detail]
 Intel Gets Ready for Centrino 2 Platforms with DDR3 Validation
Intel Corp. has initiated validation of DDR3 memory modules for usage with the company’s 4-series chipsets for mobile applications that will power Intel Centrino 2 laptops. The DDR3 memo...
(2008-04-02) [Read Detail]
 Intel and STM Close Transaction to Create Numonyx
Intel Corp. today announced that the company has finalized and closed its transaction with STMicroelectronics and Francisco Partners to create a new independent semiconductor company Numonyx B...
(2008-04-01) [Read Detail]
 Court Finds Rambus?Memory Patents Completely Valid
If it is impossible to win on the market and popularize RDRAM and XDR in computing applications, outside the world of video game consoles, then Rambus seems to be quite successful in courtroom...
(2008-03-28) [Read Detail]
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