The modern world has ton of companies that were on the verge of making a revolution, only to exhaust its cash reserves and crash before they could change the world. Regardless of are we talking about 3dfx and 48-bit color, or Elpida and ReRAM i.e. Resistive RAM – the story remains the same.
In a blog post, Mozilla's chief counsel Harvey Anderson wrote that the anti-competitive restrictions of tablet oriented Windows RT (Windows on ARM) indicate “an unwelcome return to the digital dark ages."
While there are a lot of internal arguments between JEDEC members when exactly DDR4 is supposed to arrive on market (2013 or 2014), Micron is pressing forward with the first evaluation DDR4 prototypes operating at 2400 MHz.
Predicting technology isn't an easy thing, but if anyone would've said that computers would be using SSD's the size of a mini PCI Express card as their main storage device a few years ago people would most likely have laughed at the notion, least not due to the cost of flash memory back then. Micron
It's that time again when we're getting yet another letter to add to the ones we already love and cherish when it comes to memory acronyms and this time it's the letter m and it's quite suitable that it comes from Micron then, in the shape of its DDR3Lm memory. What DDR3Lm memory brings to
Sadly, we've just heard that Micron's CEO and chairman Steve Appleton has died at 51 years of age on Friday morning as the result of a small plane crash at Boise, Idaho. it's been reported that Appleton was flying alone in his Lancair fixed-wing single-engine stunt plane when something caused the plane to malfunction and
Elpida Memory is to begin talks in January with rival DRAM maker Nanya Technology on a possible merger as the companies struggle to cope with falling prices and tough competition.
If all goes well, then we can look forward to much larger SSDs come the second half of next year as Intel and Micron has announced that their joint venture IM Flash Technologies will be launching 128Gbit NAND flash sometime in the second half of next year. In the meantime, we'll have to make do
If anyone thought the memory industry couldn't get any worse, it looks like Micron is about to obliterate the competition with its Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) technology that is built using through-silicon vias (TSVs) and Micron has now signed an agreement with IBM to start manufacturing. This technology if proven successful in mass production would
As we all know, Rambus Inc. is more known for their litigation practices than their products. However, those litigious practices tend to tie the value of the company with the legal department rather than the engineering and sales ones.