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News tagged SATA uSSD
  • Last update: Tuesday 13 August 2013 [3 news items]

Silicon Motion unveils new SATA 6GB/s SSD controller chip

Aug 13, 22:19

Silicon Motion Technology has announced that it has begun sampling its SM2246EN ultra high-performance and low-power consumption SATA 3.1 (6Gb/s) SSD controller for clients. The chip...

SSD demand disappoints thus far in 2012

Sep 18, 14:54

Demand for both integrated solid-state drives (SSD) and standalone ones has been a disappointment thus far in the second half of 2012, according to industry observers. Neither ultrabook...

SSD market to boom in 2013

Micron enters mass production of 45nm phase change memory

Jul 18, 11:08

Micron Technology has announced high volume availability of its 45nm phase change memory (PCM) for mobile devices featuring 1-gigabit (Gb) PCM plus 512-megabit (Mb) LPDDR2 in a multichip...

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Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

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Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond
  • China AMOLED panel capacity expansion forecast, 2016-2020

    This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the China AMOLED industry, focusing on the expansion capacity of the makers, the current implementation plans of major smartphone vendors in the market and the technological hurdles faced by the China makers.

  • Global AP demand forecast, 2017-2020

    Digitimes Research expects global AP shipments to surpass the 1.9 billion mark in 2017, with smartphones remaining the main application. Qualcomm will be leading the market in 2017, as other players continue playing catch up and scramble for funds to invest in more diverse applications.

  • Global notebook shipment forecast, 2017 and beyond

    This Digitimes Special Report examines key factors in the notebook industry, including products, vendors and ODMs, that will affect total shipments in 2017 and through 2021.