Toshiba Memory sale gets regulatory approval
From a company with form, too.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
New Corsair Vengeance Pro line to include a limited supply of superfast 3,200MHz Kits
Computex OC Main Event takes place on Monday.
AMD has outlined more details of its upcoming HSA, introducing Heterogeneous Unified Memory Access.
TSV-based 3D DRAM tech heads to production.
Targets modders with black PCB material.
Could replace SRAM cache in future devices.
Not sharing the details quite yet, though.
NAND flash backup powered by supercapacitors.
The Predator line gets a 2400MHz prey.
Judge orders court to reconsider $397M award against memory maker.
More importantly, also cheaper memristor tech.
Kingston has announced its latest gamer-oriented memory, the HyperX Predator range.
Micron has started to ship its first commercial Phase Change Memory (PCM) parts.
Elpida has been saved from the scrapheap thanks to an acquisition by smaller rival Micron.
SK Hynix and IBM are to work together on the development of phase-change memory (PCRAM) products.
Researchers at UCL have created the first material which allows ReRAM modules to work at ambient temperatures.
Samsung is targeting consumers in a new advertising campaign for its DRAM and NAND flash products.
Microsoft has joined the Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium, supporting the new HMC RAM technology.
Micron has announced sampling of its first DDR4 modules
G.Skill is planning to launch a modular RAM family dubbed the Trident X Series, apparently inspired by Corsair.
SanDisk has dropped first quarter projections due to overproduction of NAND flash components.
Hynix has announced a deal with SK Group and a new name: SK Hynix.
Invensas is to present a new breakthrough in its xFD packaging technology for high-density DRAM.
Memory maker Elpida has filed for bankruptcy protection as its stock drops 95 per cent on the Tokyo exchange.
Micron president Mark Adams claims that the DRAM market's slump is over, meaning prices will begin to rise.