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Samsung begins to produce DRAM using 20nm process technology

Samsung Electronics on Tuesday said that it had begun mass production of dynamic random access memory using 20nm process technology. The new fabrication tech will not only enable the company to produce more energy-efficient DDR3 memory, but will also reduce manufacturing cost of DRAM and will thus make it more …

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Samsung boosts output of DRAM made using 25nm technology

Samsung Electronics, the world’s No. 1 maker of DRAM, may further improve its market share by boosting output of memory produced using leading-edge manufacturing process, according to industry analysts. The company is reportedly increasing production of dynamic random access memory using 25nm process technology, which is a threat to Micron …

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Crucial to offer 3GHz DDR4 memory modules later this year

Sometimes in the third quarter of this year Intel Corp. plans to release its next-generation high-end desktop (HEDT) platform code-named “Lituya Bay” based on the code-named “Haswell-E” central processing units that will rely on DDR4 memory to maximize bandwidth. For those, who will want to get some extra performance out …

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Crucial SSD pricing confirms Rip Off Britain continues

Many SSD manufacturers have to buy components through multiple vendors before they are able to sell the final unit to you, the customer. Companies with fewer ‘steps’ should show ‘purer’ pricing – less inclined to be impacted by a multitude of component price moves. KitGuru puts Crucial’s latest offer on …

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SSD prices jump as Toshiba cuts production

Supply and demand it at work in the SSD market – and it appears to be pushing pricing up. KitGuru wonders if a complete series of ‘SSD price drop’ stories might now need to get published in reverse. When all is said and done, there are only a handful of …

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Industry mourns tragic loss of Micron CEO

Trading in the shares of memory giant Micron, was suspended this afternoon following the shocking news that a small plane being piloted by Steve Appleton, Micron CEO, had crashed in Boise Idaho. Appleton’s early career got a kick-start when he won a tennis sponsorship to Boise State University. Alongside a …

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