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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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 OCZ Unveils 8GB Quad Module Kit
OCZ Technology, a leading supplier of high-speed memory modules as well as some other devices oriented at high-performance computing enthusiasts, unveiled what it calls “DDR2 8GB Quad Ki...
(2007-12-05) [Read Detail]
 Samsung Reveals ¤”orld's Fastest?GDDR5
Samsung Electronics, the world’s top maker of dynamic random access memory, unveiled its first GDDR5 memory chips that can work at unprecedented clock-speed. The new chips will be able t...
(2007-12-04) [Read Detail]
 Hynix Aims to Begin Volume Production of GDDR5 in 1H 2008
Hynix Semiconductor, a leading producer of advanced memory chips, has announced its first samples of GDDR5 memory chips to be used in graphics cards or game consoles. Hynix is the second memor...
(2007-11-20) [Read Detail]
 Rambus May Return to Commodity Memory Market
Rambus, a leading designer of high-performance memory and interface technologies, on Wednesday said it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Intel Corp. under which the latter would ex...
(2007-11-09) [Read Detail]
 OCZ Releases New Reaper X Memory Modules
OCZ Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance memory modules and other components for computer enthusiasts, on Tuesday unveiled its new memory modules that feature the company&rsq...
(2007-11-07) [Read Detail]
 Qimonda Begins Sampling of GDDR5 Memory Chips
Qimonda AG, a leading supplier of advanced dynamic random access memory (DRAM), said on Thursday that it had shipped first samples of GDDR5 memory chips to its ¤ ustomers? The pilot production...
(2007-11-02) [Read Detail]
 Sandisk Tries Walking in Rambus?Shoes
Sandisk Corp., a leading manufacturer of flash memory-based products has filed lawsuits against 25 makers of flash-powered products accusing them in patent infringements. The company wants Wes...
(2007-11-02) [Read Detail]
 Rambus Aims New Markets with New Technologies
In the recent years various mobile and handheld devices considerably increased their performance and capabilities thanks to miniaturization of electronics components. As a result, the consumer...
(2007-11-01) [Read Detail]
 Micron Claims ¤…ighest-Density?DDR3 Memory Chip
Micron Technology, one of the world's largest producers of dynamic random access memory (DRAM), on Tuesday unveiled the industry's first DDR3 memory chip with 2Gb density, which will eventuall...
(2007-11-01) [Read Detail]
 Elpida and UMC Sign Broad Research and Development Agreement
Elpida Memory, a leading manufacturer of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips, and United Microelectronics Company, a contract semiconductor foundry, on Monday announced a joint developme...
(2007-10-24) [Read Detail]
 Intel Plans to Keep Memory Performance Boosts
Even though a number of memory makers have already released memory modules capable of operating at 1.80GHz, there are no memory modules to break the 2.0GHz barrier nowadays. But this may chang...
(2007-10-11) [Read Detail]
 Rambus?XDR Memory Now Works at 4 80GHz
Elpida Memory, a leading manufacturer of memory products, Friday said it had begun sampling of XDR memory at 4.80GHz. The claim emphasizes advantages that the XDR memory architecture from Ramb...
(2007-10-06) [Read Detail]
 Corsair Jumps on Intel's XMP Bandwagon
Corsair Memory has announced that it would manufacture memory modules featuring Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) technology from Intel Corp. While the popular maker of memory modules did not revea...
(2007-09-17) [Read Detail]
 Rambus May Be Acquired by Sun Microsystems, Rumours Claim
According to many rumours posted on the Internet blogs and specialized forums after spreading among analysts and traders, Sun Microsystems may be close to making a bid to acquire Rambus, a dev...
(2007-09-13) [Read Detail]
 Super Talents Speeds Up DDR3 Once Again, Releases Project X Memory
Super Talent has unveiled its new DDR3 memory modules that not only offer extremely high clock-speeds, but also feature relatively low latency settings. To create the combination of great cloc...
(2007-09-12) [Read Detail]
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