512Gb 64-layer 3D NAND Flash Chip For Mobile & Data Center

To address the increasing demand of high density storage in customer retail, mobile and data center applications, Western Digital Corp and Toshiba have launched...

Auto FRAM Offers Fast Storage & Access Of Sensor Data

With the rising demand for high-performance non-volatile memory technologies in the automotive electronic control systems, Fujitsu has announced the first FRAM device which claims to...

64Mb & 256Mb NOR Flash Memories Suit Automotive, Industrial & IoT Apps

Cypress's new 64Mb and 128Mb NOR Flash memories with Quad SPI are designed to provide the high reliability and security for high-performance embedded systems that need...

Embedded NAND Flash For ADAS & Autonomous Driving

Toshiba has unveiled embedded NAND flash memory products with densities of 8 gigabyte (GB), 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, well suited to the demanding requirements...

New Chip Paves Way For Smartphones With 8GB Of DRAM!

Samsung Electronics introduced the industry’s first 8GB LPDDR4 (low power, double data rate 4) mobile DRAM package, which it claims has twice the capacity and twice...

New UFS Memory Cards To Replace Adorable microSDs In Cameras & Drones

Samsung has unveiled its first removable memory card in Universal Flash Storage (UFS) ideal for high-resolution portable electronic devices such as DSLRs, 3D VR...

Fast SDRAM DDR4 Takes Gaming To The Next Level

Zion RAM has launched its new generation SDRAM DDR4 memory for desktops, laptops and workstations. With 8GB capacity and ultra-fast clock speed of 2133...

Microlatency Flash Storage Speeds Cloud-based Apps

IBM today lauched three new flash storage products claiming a minimum latency of 250μs (microsecond) to solve the challenge of accessing massive amounts of data...

Fast 64 Kbit FRAM Suits Battery-Operated Wearables

Fujitsu offers a new 64Kbit FRAM claiming the industry's lowest operational power consumption in a small package, making it ideal for devices that require...

LPDDR4 Controller Supports Fast Computing With 3200 MTps Speeds

Arastu Systems recently announced a LPDDR4 DRAM Memory Controller claimed to support faster computing speeds up to 3200 MTps (MegaTransfers per second) required in applications...

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