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Friday, December 28, 2012


Toshiba to Demo SDHC Memory Card with TransferJet at CES. Toshiba  TransferJet  SDHC  NAND Flash
[1:59 pm]

Toshiba to Showcase SDHC Card with Wireless Transfer Tech Next Month

 

Monday, December 24, 2012


Micron and Elpida Announce Clearance of Transaction by Japan Fair Trade Commission. Elpida  Micron  DRAM  Business
[4:36 am]

Japanese FTC Let Micron to Buy Elpida

 

Thursday, December 20, 2012


DRAM Makers to Reduce Capital Expenditures by 20% in 2013 – Report. DRAM  Business  DDR2  DDR3  Samsung  SK Hynix  Micron  Elpida  Powerchip Semiconductor  Inotera  Nanya
[6:23 pm]

As DRAM Prices Remain on Low Level, Manufacturers Reduce Investments

Pricing of DRAM Grew Slightly In the First Half of December. DRAM  Business  DDR2  DDR3  Samsung  SK Hynix  Micron  Elpida  Powerchip Semiconductor  Inotera  Nanya
[6:12 am]

Contract Price of 4GB DDR3 Module Rises to $15.5

 

Wednesday, December 19, 2012


Patriot Memory Rolls-Out Ultra-Small “Autobahn” USB Flash Memory Drives. Patriot  Patriot Memory  Autobahn  USB
[10:54 pm]

Patriot Reveals World’s Smallest USB Flash Memory Drives

 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012


University of California Develop Spintronics-Based MRAM. MRAM  MeRAM
[10:08 pm]

UCLA Develop Energy-Efficient Memory Using Magnetic Materials

 

Monday, December 17, 2012


Toshiba’s New CompactFlash Cards Beats XQD Format Cards. Toshiba  CompactFlash  XQD  Exceria Pro  NAND  Flash
[10:55 pm]

Toshiba Launches World’s Fastest NAND Flash Memory Card Ever

 

Monday, December 10, 2012


Toshiba's STT-MRAM Memory Element Promises World's Best Power Consumption . Toshiba  STT-MRAM  MRAM  SRAM
[8:32 pm]

Toshiba’s New Chip Cuts Power Consumption of Mobile Processor by Two-Thirds

 

Monday, December 3, 2012


Pricing of DRAM Gets Slightly Lower, Remains at $15 per 4GB DDR3 Module. DRAM  Business  DDR2  DDR3  Samsung  SK Hynix  Micron  Elpida  Powerchip Semiconductor  Inotera  Nanya
[9:19 pm]

Computer Memory Remains Stable at $15 per 4GB Module, Shows Slight Decline