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Monday 27 May 2024
South Korean media analyze why Samsung's HBM fails to pass Nvidia certification test
Samsung Electronic's HBM3E failed to pass Nvidia's verification tests due to heating and power consumption concerns. Although Samsung declined to comment on specific customers, the...
Thursday 23 May 2024
Samsung's HBM lag threatens memory chip dominance in AI Era
Despite Samsung Electronics recently appointing a new leader for its Device Solutions (DS) division that comprises memory and foundry units, the company's lag behind SK Hynix in leading...
Tuesday 21 May 2024
SK Hynix teams up with TSMC to accelerate rollout of customized HBM4 solutions
SK Hynix and TSMC have advanced their next-generation High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM) mass production plans.
Wednesday 15 May 2024
Memory giants fiercely vying for HBM3E orders from Nvidia and Broadcom
Major memory vendors Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, and Micron Technology are fiercely competing to win orders for next-generation High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM) chips from Nvidia and...
Tuesday 14 May 2024
Samsung and SK Hynix reportedly have sold out 2025 HBM capacities
Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix recently disclosed the orders and development of their High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM) products and have released optimistic comments for standard DRAM...
Monday 13 May 2024
Samsung HBM3E reportedly unable to pass Nvidia verification due to TSMC's standard
Samsung Electronics is currently committed to product verification to supply Nvidia's HBM3E products.
Thursday 9 May 2024
Samsung designates separate teams for HBM3E and HBM4 development, targeting HBM market supremacy
Samsung Electronics reportedly plans to dedicate separate development teams for next-generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) products, HBM3E and HBM4, to strengthen its competitiveness...
Thursday 9 May 2024
What's behind Samsung and SK Hynix's intense HBM competition?
Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix are locked in fierce competition in the High-Bandwidth Memory (HBM) market, with attention turning to Nvidia, the leader in Artificial Intelligence...
Tuesday 7 May 2024
Samsung reportedly sets up a task force to grab Nvidia HBM3E orders
Aiming to secure orders for Nvidia's next-generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) and regain its market-leading position, Samsung unprecedentedly mobilizes over 400 "semiconductor...
Wednesday 24 April 2024
HBM prices likely to fall in 2H24 due to intensified market competition
Nvidia is arguably the biggest "beneficiary" of Artificial Intelligence (AI) so far, but the recent 10% plunge in Nvidia's stock price and the evaporation of its market capitalization...
Wednesday 24 April 2024
Micron to step up AI memory fabs construction in US after securing gov't grants
American memory chip giant Micron Technology, which has not built a new fab in the US for 20 years, is expected to step up its construction of new manufacturing facilities in New...
Wednesday 3 April 2024
Micron evaluates memory supplies from Taiwan after the earthquake
The 7.4 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan on April 3 is getting attention worldwide for DRAM supplies from Taiwan.
Tuesday 2 April 2024
Chip vendors gearing up for transition to 12-layer HBM memory
Primary memory manufacturers are expected to encounter increased competition in the High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) industry in the second half of 2024, as manufacturing technology specs...
Friday 29 March 2024
CXL and HBM become key sections of Samsung's memory solution roadmap
Samsung Electronics recently disclosed its next-generation memory solution technology roadmap on Memory Con 2024.
Thursday 28 March 2024
Samsung raises HBM shipping volume target, implying successful validation at Nvidia
Samsung Electronics announced an increase in its 2024 HBM shipping volume and disclosed more details about the development of its HBM4 product, showing that its specifications are...
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