Monday 29 January 2024
DDR5 enters sweet pricing point as price gap narrows with DDR4
Amid a recovery in the memory industry driven by robust demand for AI applications, upstream manufacturers are actively promoting DDR5 and high-bandwidth memory (HBM) to enhance profitability...
Thursday 29 June 2023
HBM memory demand to boom
Due to the bandwidth limitations of DDR SDRAM in high-speed computation, high bandwidth memory (HBM) is rapidly gaining popularity as a means to circumvent memory transmission speed...
Friday 30 September 2022
GigaDevice launches DDR3L memory, to be built with 17nm process
China-based GigaDevice Semiconductor has launched its in-house developed DDR3L memory available in densities of 2Gb and 4Gb, which are ready for commercial production at ChangXin...
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Nanya, Etron optimistic about sales growth in 2022
Memory chip suppliers Nanya Technology and Etron Technology have expressed optimism about their revenue increases this year despite being cautious about the changing macro environm...
Tuesday 25 June 2019
NAND flash and LPDDR chipmakers dealing with inventory digestion
NAND flash and low-power DDR chip suppliers continue to digest excess inventory which may indicate a disappointing second half of 2019 facing the memory sector, according to industry...
Wednesday 9 May 2018
Cadence DDR5 IP test chip runs with Micron prototype DRAM
Cadence has disclosed a test chip containing next-generation DDR5 memory interface IP, which operates with Micron Technology's prototype DRAM chips. The test chip was fabricated in...
Tuesday 14 February 2012
Specialty DRAM prices to rise on tight supply
Prices for 512Mb DDR and 1Gb DDR2 chips are set to rally as supply fails to meet demand recently, according to industry sources. Rising demand coming from the consumer electronics...
Friday 23 July 2010
Samsung, Toshiba to develop DDR NAND standard
Samsung Electronics and Toshiba have announced their commitment to develop a DDR NAND flash memory with a 400Mb/s interface, toggle DDR 2.0 specification. Both companies said they...
Friday 16 July 2010
DDR1 sees significant demand in spot market, says inSpectrum
The DRAM spot market remained slow this week (July 12-16), except for DDR1, the legacy memory product. Some unexpected demand for DDR1 from the Greater China area resulted in a noticeable...
Tuesday 15 June 2010
Nanya to volume produce mobile RAM chips in 3Q10
Nanya Technology is scheduled to kick off production of mobile RAM chips in small volumes in the third quarter, according to the company. It will mainly offer low-power DDR and DDR2...
Friday 14 May 2010
Elpida develops 2Gb DDR mobile RAM using 40nm
Elpida Memory has developed a 2-gigabit (2Gb) DDR mobile RAM using a 40nm process, according to the company. The new mobile RAM has a chip size of less than 50-square millimeter,...
Wednesday 12 May 2010
Zentel speeding up 72nm process transfer, says chairman
Memory IC design house Zentel Electronics is stepping up efforts to shift to 72nm from 90nm for specialty DRAM (SDRAM) memory, and expects production of 128Mb and 256Mb chips on the...
Thursday 22 April 2010
DRAM contract prices for late April declining, says inSpectrum
Contract quotes for 2GB DDR3 memory modules have dropped 2.7% to average US$43.90 in the second half of April, while prices for 2GB DDR2 parts have slid 1.5% to US$41 on average,...
Friday 7 August 2009
Elpida acquires GDDR patents and assets from Qimonda
Elpida Memory on August 6 announced that it has reached an agreement with Qimonda, which is now in insolvency proceedings, to acquire the Germany-based chipmaker's technology licenses...
Friday 16 January 2009
AMD makes DDR2 memory workable on Geode platform
AMD has showcased a new adapter to let its low-power Geode platform support DDR2 memory.
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