Monday, November 25, 2013
- 10:34 pm | Kingston Releases HyperX Predator Memory Modules with 2.80GHz Clock-Rate. 2800MHz HyperX Memory Kits New Available for Overclockers, Enthusiasts and System Builders
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
- 10:30 pm | G.Skill Introduces 2GHz DDR3L Memory Modules for Laptops. Extreme Memory Speeds Reach Notebook PCs
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
- 10:57 pm | SK Hynix Unleashes 6Gb LPDDR3 Memory Chips. SK Hynix Develops LPDDR3 Chips with Non-Standard Capacity
Thursday, October 17, 2013
- 10:51 pm | DRAM Makers Prosper Despite of Slow Demand for Personal Computers. Profits of DRAM Makers Soar to 11-Quarter High – Report
Monday, October 14, 2013
- 10:10 pm | SK Hynix Establishes NAND Flash R&D Center in Taiwan. SK Hynix to Research and Develop NAND Flash Products in Taiwan
It is a pretty rare situation, when the major topic of the month is not an event or new technology or highlife tendency, but just the prices. Memory prices. We are going to analyze the situation in the today’s memory market to see what’s going on and what we could expect in the future.
Despite SARS epidemic, which definitely affected the entire computer industry, life goes on and we continue watching what’s happening in the memory market. And in fact, there is quite a bit to talk about. Find more interesting news about memory industry here!
What is happening in the memory market today? What are the forecasts for the coming dead summer season and the results of the past few months? Read our monthly coverage to find out more about Hynix and its struggle for marketplace, Infienon and Nanya’s cut-throat competition with Samsung, new memory solutions and more!
Today we are going to take a look at the memory market, and namely at what the Big Guys have been doing there for the last month. Samsung, Micron, Hynix, Infineon, Rambus, and many others uncover their latest news for you!
Intel is known as the industry leader in many markets today. The CPU business, the chipset business, not to mention communications and wireless. And what about the memory market? How does Intel influence the situation there? We tried to investigate this matter in our new article.
We are going to answer a few important questions in this article. First, we will estimate the performance growth provided by 400MHz bus. Second, we will check the capabilities of available DDR400 memory modules. Third, we will see how memory timings affect the overall system performance. Go ahead and reveal the potential of your Athlon XP based system!
Well, the situation in the memory market has been very worrying lately. The prices kept dropping. But how long this is going to last? Are we going to witness the prices go down to unbelievable lows or is there an upsurge coming? We tried to analyze what is going on in the market and to forecast the future. Check out how well we managed to cope with this task!
The winter is over. The first quarter is also almost over. What does the situation in the memory market look like? We will take a closer look at the latest events and achievements of the memory industry and try to forecast what happens next.
As soon as we start talking about computer memory, two key performance-related problems arise: bandwidth and latencies. It's just like a racing car: we want it to speed up fast and also have high full speed. Let's find out how Kentron Company suggests speeding up the memory-car today in a simple and efficient way.
Computer memory prices were most predictable lately, and it seems to be one of the rare situations when we shouldn't be as upset about it as before. Do you want to find out why? Then read our monthly overview.
Summing up the news of the memory market in the last month of the year 2002. Prices, innovations,quarterly reports of the leading memory manufacturers and some forecasts for the new year 2003.Find even more in the latest Memory Market overview!
The market needs something that would be faster than DDR, but at the same time most compatiblewith it in the already built infrastructure, so that the transition would be most smooth andcostless. In this case we have got a name that is showing the gist: DDR II.
Let’s begin with high life as the daintiest bit. After all, end products didn’t please us with manyexciting events this month. So the question is whether we should start with high life or technology. And in fact high life was boiling in October and which is most interesting, there were no legal suits!
In the past 10 years the phenomenon of the Rambus Company has grown too significant to be ignored, but at the same time too complex to be comprehended at large. So, we will only concern ourselves with one aspect of the company's activities. The one that directly affected the PC industry and made the whole computer and computer-related world talk about it.
Memory prices traditionally remain the buzz of every month. I decided to sum up all thelatest events of the past few months to figure out what actually happened and what we cannow expect in the future. Read more about the memory market in the first article of themonthly series!
Corsair, the well-known manufacturer of high-quality memory modules rolled out DDR400 (PC3200) memorythat can work at high frequencies with low latency value. We managed to get hold of one module like that:256MB XMS3200 ("Xtreme Memory Speed"). Read more in our review!
Today I am going to raise the curtain of mystery over a very exciting process. During my lastbusiness trip to the US I was lucky to visit one of the largest fabs dealing with memory chipsand modules production. I am talking about Micron and their manufacturing facility in Boise, Idaho.
In June VIA is planning to launch the first chipset supporting DDR SDRAM. In our article we offer you a good picture of thetoday's market, which may help you to find your way there.
The main aim of this article is to try to find out what exactly is going on today in the memory market and in thecomputer market in general. What caused such an upsurge of the prices on memory modules and how long it may last.Find out the details in the article!
This article is devoted to two completely different memory types. One of them is pushed forward by VIA and another one - by Intel.What are their prospects for the future?