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Kioxia develops a new semi-circular 3D memory cell structure “Twin BiCS FLASH”

Kioxia recently announced it has developed a new flash memory cell structure. Twin BiCS FLASH is the world’s first three-dimensional semicircular split-gate flash memory cell structure using specially designed semi-circular Floating Gate cells. The new memory cell structure from Kioxia achieves greater program slope and larger program/erase windows with a …

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Adata unveils XPG Hunter DDR4 memory module series

Adata has announced it is introducing a new line of XPG DDR4 memory modules to its current range. The new XPG Hunter DDR4 series is geared towards gamers and PC enthusiasts looking for high-performance DDR4 memory solutions. The new XPG Hunter series from Adata offers remarkable performance and efficiency. Overclocking …

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Samsung receives industry’s first Carbon Footprint and Water Footprint certifications

Samsung has become the first tech company to receive global recognition for environmental sustainability of its semiconductor solutions with its 512GB eUFS 3.0 memory, earning the Carbon Footprint and Water footprint certifications. The company announced its 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage 3.0 has been awarded Carbon Footprint and Water Footprint …

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Ballistix Elite sets new DDR4 overclocking record

We often hear of brands such as G.SKILL and Corsair breaking memory frequency and latency records. However, Micron, the company behind the Ballistix brand, has claimed to have set a new overclocking record for DDR4. According to Micron Insight, the company’s Ballistix high-performance gaming memory has set a new overclocking …

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SK hynix introduces 1Znm DDR4 memory

SK hynix Inc has announced it has developed new 1Znm 16Gb (Gigabits) DDR4 memory. 1Znm will offer the industry’s largest density and total capacity per wafer available in existing DDR4 DRAM modules. The company claims productivity of the new 1Znm memory modules has been improved by approximately 27% over the …

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