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Micron Claims Rambus Destroyed Documents

Micron Technology, the largest U.S. maker of computer-memory chips, pressed claims of document destruction against semiconductor designer Rambus as a trial began in federal court. Micron sued Rambus in 2000, alleging it tried to control... More...

Micron Unveils First 1066MHz Memory Chips

Micron Technology, a maker of dynamic random access memory, has announced 1066MHz DDR2 modules. Using 1Gb 1066MHz DDR2 memory devices manufactured with the 78nm process technology, Micron has created 512MB, 1GB and 2GB memory modules... More...

Micron acknowledges probe by EU authorities

Computer chip manufacturer Micron Technology Inc. has acknowledged its legal problems have expanded, saying the European Union has been investigating price-fixing among worldwide memory chipmakers. Boise-based Micron's primary product is dynamic random access... More...

Stronger memory market boosts Micron

Shares of Micron Technology rose Wednesday after the company announced a surprise first-quarter profit on strong demand for memory chips. The Boise, Idaho-based company had net income of $1 million for the first... More...

Micron to make Hynix offer today

Newspaper in Korea's capital Seoul, claimed that US memory firm Micron will make a formal offer for part of Hynix' DRAM business today. It also reports that "talks" between Hynix and Infineon, which... More...

Micron jilts Hynix at altar

As The Inquirer reported yesterday, the level of spin generated by Korean Dramurai Hynix seemed to suggest something was awry with the "talks" between it and Micron. Confirmation that Micron is thoroughly fed... More...

XP 2500+ to have .13 micron core

Reliable sources close to the AMD action tell the INQUIRER that the XP 2500+ will use a .13 micron core but that the 2200+ will use .18 micron technology. The 2200 is slated to appear... More...

Micron hesitates to raise DRAM prices

US memory company Micron, currently in the deepest of negotiations with Korean Dramurai Hynix, is waiting to see what happens before hiking the price of its own memory modules. That follows a decision by Hynix,... More...

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