2021-09-14 - Gary Hilson

Ubiquitous AI Will Rely on Conventional Memory

Distributed AI at the edge won’t need lots of bandwidth for mundane tasks.

2021-08-23 - Rambus Inc.

Rambus Completes Acquisition of PLDA

Rambus has completed the acquisition of PLDA, expanding its digital controller offerings with complementary CXL 2.0, PCIe 5.0 and PCIe 6.0 controller and switch IP.

2021-08-18 - PIB India

India’s Milestone in Semiconductor R&D: Memory Technology on 180nm CMOS Process

IIT Bombay partnered with SCL to successfully demonstrate CMOS 180nm based production-ready 8-bit memory technology.

2021-08-03 - India Science Wire

New Device Helps Reduce Frequent Charging of Wireless Electronics

Researchers from IIT Delhi and NUS have designed a device that may help reduce frequent charging of wireless electronic devices.

2021-06-04 - Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd

Samsung Launches New Power Management Solutions for DDR5 Modules

Samsung Electronics' new integrated power management ICs for DDR5 DIMMs offer increased compatibility and signal integrity, and provide a more reliable and sustained performance.

2021-05-18 - Gary Hilson

3D DRAM on the Horizon

DRAM is heading toward 3D, which will require new manufacturing equipment and materials.

2021-05-04 - Scott Nelson

SCM Technology Enables Fast, Affordable Data Storage

Emerging storage-class memory promises to fill the performance and density gap that currently exists between DRAM and SSD solutions.

- Dialog Semiconductor

Dialog Semiconductor Expands IoT Portfolio with Lowest Power Flash Devices

Dialog Semiconductor's new AT25EU NOR Flash devices deliver significantly reduce energy consumption of IoT devices.

2021-04-27 - Jean-Pierre Nozières

Can EU Get Back in the Memory Game with MRAM?

Europe, which was always a marginal player in the memory business, is now close to extinction, despite still boosting a number of Tier 1 players in the chip business.

2021-03-26 - Nitin Dahad

RISC-V International and CHIPS Alliance Collaborate on OmniXtend

RISC-V International and CHIPS Alliance have formed a new OmniXtend working group which will focus on creating an open, cache coherent, unified memory standard for multicore compute architectures.