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A group of over 20 chip makers have joined forces to develop MRAM, the next breakthrough in memory chips which is set to deliver up to 10 times more speed compared to the current DRAM chips.
Intel's product recall of certain Sandy Bridge chipsets, which was initially estimated to cost the company around $300 million, is expected to come closer to the region of $1 billion. BusinessWeek is reporting that several...
Japan's NEC Corp and Toshiba Corp have agreed to jointly develop next-generation memory chips that reduce power consumption in a bid to hit back at overseas rivals, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun said on Sunday. ...
NEC and Hitachi are mulling over the dissolution of their memory manufacturing joint venture and fleeing the DRAM business entirely, according to investors cited by Bloomsberg. NEC and Hitachi are fifth and...