In this era of data explosion, security of electronic devices is gaining importance like never before. Digital consumers, IoT device manufacturers, designers and developers are going extremes to ensure their devices are safe and secure.
Alliance Memory to Offer It's Recently Acquired 512M SDRAMs With Original Micron Part Numbers Through 2017
Alliance Memory today announced that its expanded portfolio of 32M x 16 and 64M x 8 512M synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) devices, which they recently acquired from Micron Semiconductor, will be available with their original Micron part numbers into 2017.
Samsung, a world leader in display technology, memory and storage products, recently released their latest product selection guide. The 27-page guide provides a quick peek into Samsung’s broad portfolio of memory products and display technology.
It was back in 2013 when Micron introduced its Automata Processor – a technology that has been in the works for more than seven years now. This year, the company has plans to ship a few thousand Automata processors to key development entities, with the...
In March, Samsung announced that the world's largest drive, from any drive technology, had shipping. This milestone represents a breakthrough in storage technology, as from this point forward, solid state drive (SSD) capacity has surpassed what is...
Modern enterprises are increasingly moving towards greater memory footprints, improved speed and enhanced system stability. Consequently, suitable upgrade in the SDRAM capacities is being viewed as the ideal step towards gaining competitive advantage...
Aimed at addressing issues like scalability and power consumption, the second generation memory market is ready to steer the storage technology to the next level. Clearly stealing the show, with revolutionary non-volatile memory technologies like MRAM...
Micron’s latest flash chips powered by 3D NAND technology could increase the speed and capacities of the industry’s solid-state drives (SSD). Micron—the producer of flash that many use in their SSDs—has amped up the manufacturing and shipment volumes of..
Making splashes in the memory chip market with its recent eMMC 5.1 and ePOP announcements, Samsung is now going to mass produce the industry’s first 256-gigabyte (GB) embedded memory packages modeled on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard.
Abstract Industrial applications are rapidly migrating to Managed NAND solutions for ease of design and improved reliability. Aravind Ramamoorthy (Dir., NAND product), Linda Gartner (e.MMC product manager) and Edward Chow (SSD product manager) will...