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Industrial memory, DRAMs join distributor linecard

Industrial memory, DRAMs join distributor linecard
Astute Electronics has strengthened its new memory division portfolio by signing a UK and Ireland deal for Innodisk’s industrial embedded flash and DRAM storage products and technologies. Innodisk focuses on industries such as aerospace, defence, industrial and cloud storage to name a few, and where a commitment to quality service is vitally important. 
14th October 2016

Serial flash memory devices expanded in EMEA

Serial flash memory devices expanded in EMEA
Fabless provider of non-volatile memory and advanced 32-bit MCU solutions headquartered in Beijing, China, GigaDevice Semiconductor, has expanded its sales and marketing activities in the EMEA region, where it has several reps and distributors and is set to open its European headquarter soon. 
11th October 2016

Brain-inspired device to power artificial systems

Brain-inspired device to power artificial systems
Research led by the University of Southampton has demonstrated that a nanoscale device, called a memristor, could be used to power artificial systems that can mimic the human brain. ANNs exhibit learning abilities and can perform tasks which are difficult for conventional computing systems, such as pattern recognition, on-line learning and classification. Practical ANN implementations are currently hampered by the lack of efficient hardware synapses; a key component that every ANN requires in large numbers.
7th October 2016


New lower power consumption extends battery life in mobiles

New lower power consumption extends battery life in mobiles
Two high-speed CMOS mobile synchronous DRAMs (MSDR) have been introduced by Alliance Memory, designed to extend battery life in mobile devices. Featuring low power consumption of 1.8V and a number of power-saving features, the 51Mb AS4C32M16MS and AS4C16M32MS are offered in 8x9x54mm ball and 8x13x90mm ball FPBGA packages.
6th October 2016

Storage server with Dual Cavium ThunderX processors

Storage server with Dual Cavium ThunderX processors
WIN Enterprises, Inc. announces the PL-81060, a high-performance server with dual Cavium ThunderX processors optimised as a Cloud and Data Center server. ThunderX is the Cavium 64-bit ARMv8 server processor family for next generation high-performance computing and hyperscale datacenter workloads. The unit provides up to 248 TB of storage. The 64-bit ARM-based PL-81060 uses the standard-size 2U chassis that is popular in the cloud market.
4th October 2016

Memory management better accommodates chips

Memory management better accommodates chips
A year ago, researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory unveiled a fundamentally new way of managing memory on computer chips, one that would use circuit space much more efficiently as chips continue to comprise more and more cores, or processing units. In chips with hundreds of cores, the researchers’ scheme could free up somewhere between 15 and 25 percent of on-chip memory, enabling much more efficient computation.
21st September 2016

Flash family range expanded

Flash family range expanded
A new device has been added to the family of 24nm flash SLC (single-level cell) memory devices from Toshiba Electronics Europe that provides a capacity of 16GB in an industry-standard 48-pin TSOP package.
21st September 2016

Maximum data reliability in harsh environments

Maximum data reliability in harsh environments
B&R has selected the Hyperstone S8 Flash Memory Controller for their recently announced X90 mobile automation product line. The X90 family of products are designed for securing mobile control and I/O tasks in demanding environments experienced by industrial and mobile machines.
6th September 2016

Fanless embedded computers designed with high-storage density

Fanless embedded computers designed with high-storage density
  Series of high-performance expandable fanless embedded computers announced by ADLINK Technology, features 6th generation Intel Core i7/ i5/ i3 processors (codename Skylake) and the QM170 chipset. 
6th September 2016

Flexible memory device is inspired by the brain

Flexible memory device is inspired by the brain
Last March, the AI program AlphaGo beat Korean Go champion LEE Se-Dol at the Asian board game. "The game was quite tight, but AlphaGo used 1200 CPUs and 56,000 watts per hour, while Lee used only 20 W. If a hardware that mimics the human brain structure is developed, we can operate artificial intelligence with less power," points out Professor YU Woo Jong.
2nd September 2016


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