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Coming soon to a smartphone or tablet near you: a memory chip that can make your device 10 times fasterbut only a third as power-thirsty.
U.S. chip giant Micron Technology and Tokyo Electron of Japan will lead the joint project, hoping to perfect the technology within three years and start mass production as early as 2018, the newspaper said without citing sources...The Nikkei said
TowerJazz, the global specialty foundry leader and Crocus Technology, a leading provider of magnetically enhanced semiconductors, today announced a major breakthrough in a disruptive magnetic technology that has been co-developed with Crocus
Application & Geography" report to their offering. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) Next generation memories are the emerging non-volatile memory technologies, which are expected to replace existing memories.
Mobile phones will increase its adoption of PCM as a substitute to flash NOR memory in MCP packages thanks to 1GB chips made available by Micron in 2012. Higher-density chips, expected in 2015, will allow access to smart phone applications that are
Combined, they will represent a $1.6B business by 2018, and their sales will almost double each year, with double-density chips launched every two years. FeRAM will grow at a steadier growth rate (+10%/year) and will focus on industrial &
www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jttcds/global_next">Next generation memories are the emerging non-volatile memory technologies, which are expected to replace existing memories...High write and read latency, scalability, high endurance etc.
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Ferenc Vajda , Ph.D., Director of Magnetic Metrology at MicroSense. "These metrology tools utilize our proprietary capabilities in magnetic field control and complex algorithms that result in world leading performance. Our systems can measure wafers
Crammed with cells, memory chips have become about as small as they can physically get, and manufacturers are now experimenting with new technologies likely to shake up a $50 billion industry. It's opening up a whole new window of possibilities that