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Friday 3 December 2021
Micron seeking 28nm process capacity support from UMC
Micron Technology's recently-unveiled deal with pure-play foundry United Microelectronics (UMC) is to secure sufficient 28nm fab capacity for its eMMC device controller suppliers,...
Wednesday 22 September 2021
NAND supply likely to turn tight in 2H22, says Silicon Motion
NAND flash prices are expected to stay stable in 2022, but the supply of such chips is likely to turn tight in the second half of next year, according to Wallace Kou, president of...
Wednesday 11 August 2021
Samsung intros 5nm processor for wearables
Samsung Electronics has announced its new wearable processor, the Exynos W920. The new processor integrates an LTE modem, and is built with an advanced 5nm extreme ultra-violet (EUV)...
Friday 30 July 2021
Silicon Motion raises sales outlook again
Memory device controller supplier Silicon Motion Technology has raised its revenue growth outlook for 2021 again after delivering better-than-expected revenue for the second quarte...
Monday 28 June 2021
Flash device controller suppliers see order visibility stretched
NAND flash device controller suppliers have seen order visibility stretched beyond 2022 to 2023, thanks to strong demand for notebook, Chromebook and handset applications, coupled...
Wednesday 12 May 2021
Supply of eMMC storage devices stays tight
The supply of eMMC storage devices has been constrained by shortages of related memory chips and components so far in 2021, affecting negatively shipments of entry-level and mid-range...
Friday 7 May 2021
Silicon Motion raises sales guidance for 2021
Memory device controller supplier Silicon Motion Technology has raised its revenue outlook this year, after posting record-high revenues for the first quarter.
Friday 30 April 2021
Apacer continues to stockpile chips
Memory module house Apacer Technology intends to maintain chip inventories at high levels, judging from clear order visibility through May, according to company president CK Chang.
Tuesday 20 April 2021
NAND flash controller supply remains tight
The supply of NAND flash controllers remains tight, constraining shipments of eMMC storage devices and SATA SSDs, according to industry sources.
Friday 16 April 2021
Samsung reportedly looking to outsource memory controller production
Samsung Electronics is looking to outsource the production of its memory controllers amid tight capacity at its own foundry, according to market sources.
Wednesday 3 March 2021
Automotive memory demand promising
Memory chipmakers and related controller suppliers have stepped up their deployments in the automotive field, looking to grasp new business opportunities.
Monday 8 February 2021
Silicon Motion expects 7-12% revenue increase in 1Q21
Flash device controller IC supplier Silicon Motion Technology expects to post revenues of between US$154 million and US$161 million in the first quarter of 2021, representing a 7-12%...
Monday 11 January 2021
Phison may further raise prices for NAND controllers in March-April
NAND flash memory controller specialist Phison Electronics has just raised quotes for its products by 15-20% to reflect tight supply and increased manufacturing costs, and may determine...
Tuesday 5 January 2021
China NAND flash controller supplier raises prices by 50%
China's Yeestor Microelectronics has raised prices for its flash memory controllers for embedded storage applications by as much as 50%, according to market sources.
Thursday 24 December 2020
Longsys preps for IPO
Memory module firm Longsys Electronics has filed an application for its A-shares IPO and expects to trade on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE).
Friday 13 October 2017
Samsung eUFS solution for auto apps
Samsung Electronics has introduced the industry's first embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution for use in next-generation automotive applications. Consisting of 128GB and 64GB versions, the new eUFS solution has been designed for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), next-generation dashboards and infotainment systems that provide connected features for drivers and passengers. Embedded UFS solutions have been used in a variety of mobile applications since early 2015, when Samsung introduced 128GB embedded memory based on the JEDEC UFS 2.0 standard. Configured on JEDEC UFS 2.1, the new Samsung 128GB eUFS can read data at up to 850MB/s, which is approximately 3.4 times faster than the 250MB/s read speed of today's eMMC 5.0 solutions. It also offers about 6.3 times faster random reading than eMMC at 45,000 IOPS.
Thursday 7 January 2016
Acer Chromebook 11
The Acer Chromebook 11 has a thickness of 0.73-inch thick and a weight of 1.1kg. It sports an 11.6-inch display that features non-glare Acer ComfyView and a 1366x768 resolution and is equipped with Intel's Celeron quad-core processor, 2/4GB memory and a 16GB or 32GB eMMC storage. The Acer Chromebook 11 will be available in North America in February starting at US$179.99 and in EMEA starting at EUR329 (US$356).
Wednesday 4 March 2015
Samsung UFS embedded memory
Samsung Electronics has announced that it is now mass producing 128GB ultra-fast embedded memory based on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard for smartphones. UFS memory utilizes "Command Queue," a technology that accelerates the speed of command execution in SSDs through a serial interface, significantly increasing data processing speeds compared to the 8-bit parallel-interface-based eMMC standard, Samsung indicated. Its new UFS embedded memory conducts 19,000 IOPS for random reading, which is 2.7 times faster than eMMC 5.0. Samsung's UFS memory also delivers a sequential read and write performance boost up to SSD levels, in addition to a 50% decrease in energy consumption. In addition, the random read speed is 12 times faster than that of a typical high-speed memory card (which runs at 1,500 IOPS).
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