Monday 20 November 2023
Marvell rumored to axe Taiwan SSD unit
A rumor is circulating in the chipmaking industry that Marvell is closing its SSD division in Taiwan, with hundreds of staff being dispersed and relocated to other companies.
Friday 17 November 2023
BIWIN's C1008 SSD: Solves in-vehicle video surveillance problems
Amid the ongoing evolution of urban transportation, the landscape of in-vehicle products, such as dashcams, GPS vehicle terminals, and in-vehicle entertainment systems, is undergoing...
Thursday 16 November 2023
DDR5 to go mainstream in 3Q24, says Team Group
Memory module firm Team Group has disclosed that the DDR5 segment now accounts for 35-40% of its total DRAM product sales, and the company expects DDR5 to become the mainstream in...
Friday 3 November 2023
T-head launches SSD controller chip
T-Head Semiconductor, an Alibaba affiliate, has unveiled its first-ever SSD controller IC, the Zhenyue 510, for enterprise storage.
Thursday 2 November 2023
Silicon Motion expects up to 15% revenue growth in 4Q23
Silicon Motion Technology, a memory device controller IC company, expects to post another sequential revenue increase of 10-15% in the fourth quarter of 2023.
Friday 27 October 2023
Yangtze Memory develops advanced 3D NAND for consumer SSDs, says TechInsights
A recent TechInsights analysis indicates that Yangtze Memory has developed advanced 3D NAND memory for consumer devices. The research firm characterizes the device's appearance in...
Wednesday 25 October 2023
Samsung unveils new-gen memory solutions for GenAI applications
Samsung Electronics has recently released its new-generation memory solutions aimed at the generative AI and large language model (LLM) markets, including the fifth-generation high-band...
Wednesday 18 October 2023
Phison to mass produce PCIe 5.0 retimer chips in 1Q24
Phison Electronics, a specialist in NAND flash device controllers, is set to enter mass production of PCIe 5.0 retimer ICs in the first quarter of 2024, anticipating a surge in server...
Tuesday 17 October 2023
Memory module houses brace for substantial cut in NAND wafer availability
As Samsung Electronics and other chipmakers substantially reduce their NAND flash wafer output, industry sources indicate that memory module manufacturers will have to compete on...
Wednesday 20 September 2023
Why are NAND flash prices soaring?
The prices of NAND flash memory have experienced an unforeseen increase, occurring earlier than anticipated, according to industry sources.
Thursday 14 September 2023
BIWIN announces new PCIe Gen4 SSD for PC OEMs
PCIe SSD prices continue to drop in 2022, the cost of purchasing high-performance, high-capacity PCIe SSDs for PCs has also decreased. This has expanded the application of PCIe 4.0...
Tuesday 5 September 2023
Taiwan-made SSDs enter space supply chain, aiding NASA lunar missions
The Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) released a press statement applauding K. S. Pua, the CEO of Phison Electronics, for his recognition by the American aerospace company...
Wednesday 9 August 2023
SK Hynix showcases 321-layer NAND sample
SK Hynix has showcased its 321-layer 4D NAND samples, demonstrating the company's progress in creating the first NAND with more than 300 layers.
Tuesday 8 August 2023
Industrial memory module specialists see demand pick up
Industrial memory module demand is poised to pick up at a gradual pace in the second half of this year, while inventory adjustments for consumer DDR4 and SSD devices are proceeding...
Friday 4 August 2023
Yangtze Memory partners with controller IC suppliers to promote 232-layer NAND SSD
Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC) is collaborating with local Chinese flash device controller suppliers to market SSDs with its 232-layer NAND chips at relatively low prices, according...
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