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96-layer BiCS FLASH development with QLC technology

96-layer BiCS FLASH development with QLC technology
Toshiba Memory Europe has announced that it has developed a prototype sample of a 96-layer BiCS FLASH, memory device using its proprietary 3D flash quad level cell (QLC) technology that boosts single-chip memory capacity. QLC technology is pushing the bit count for data per memory cell from three to four, expanding capacity. The new product achieves the industry's maximum capacity of 1.33Tb for a single chip and was jointly developed with Western Digital.
20th July 2018

Memory solutions for harsh environments

Memory solutions for harsh environments
It has been announced that Swissbit will be exhibiting its latest memory innovations at the Flash Memory Summit 2018 in Santa Clara, California, 7th to 9th August 2018. At booth #419, Swissbit will launch its latest 3D-NAND-based memory solutions for industrial temperature grades including the PCIe M.2-Module N-10m2 and a new 2.5” SATA SSD. 
19th July 2018

Memory enables scalability of embedded solutions for microcontrollers

Memory enables scalability of embedded solutions for microcontrollers
Innovative non-volatile memory solutions, such as the embedded memories for microcontrollers and Systems on a Chip (SoC), developed by Ferroelectric Memory (FMC), must satisfy increasingly demanding requirements in terms of scalability, number of write cycles and duration of data retention even in extreme environmental conditions.
12th July 2018


Industry overshooting spending needs for NAND flash memory

Industry overshooting spending needs for NAND flash memory
IC Insights will release its 200+ page Mid-Year Update to the 2018 McClean Report later this month. The Mid-Year Update revises IC Insights’ worldwide economic and IC industry forecasts through 2022 that were originally published in The 2018 McClean Report issued in January of this year.
11th July 2018

The industry view of Random Access Memory

Microchip's technical team shares a high level, industry view of Random Access Memory: What it is; what different types exist, a memory-type map is provided, pricing comparisons, etc.
11th July 2018

Embedded peripherals start to make their mark

Embedded peripherals start to make their mark
The idea of embedded peripherals (EP) is not new and in the past it has usually been the motherboard manufacturers, and to lesser extent distributors, that stock a limited product range of Input/Output (I/O) products to expand board capability. For a board manufacturer to include every I/O port is not economically viable, so purchasing teams are now buying basic boards and adding the relevant peripherals to achieve the solution required, often with significant cost savings.
10th July 2018

Highly compatible memory card for dashcams released

Highly compatible memory card for dashcams released
It has been announced by TEAMGROUP that the company has released the Dash Card, a memory card specially made for dashboard cameras. It is designed to offer long term and stable storage performance and high compatibility with dashboard cameras on the market.
4th July 2018

14TB HDD Supermicro storage servers now available

14TB HDD Supermicro storage servers now available
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced that Super Micro Computer has successfully qualified the MG07ACA Series 14TB and 12TB HDD SATA models on select Supermicro storage server platforms. Using a 9-disk, helium-sealed design, the new MG07ACA Series provides power-efficient capacity and storage density, which is now available on Supermicro’s popular SuperStorage (SSG) line-up of server platforms.
3rd July 2018

Rugged memory for shock environments showcasing reliability

Rugged memory for shock environments showcasing reliability
As applications of memory in high vibration and shock environments are becoming more diverse, Apacer, has launched the latest rugged memory module XR-DIMM, showcasing reliability and flexibility space usage in memory industry. 
29th June 2018

Reliable, lower cost alternative for automotive displays

Reliable, lower cost alternative for automotive displays
The introduction of a High-Performance Serial NAND Flash memory IC has been announced by Winbond Electronics Corporation. The product offers a new high data-transfer rate of 83MB/s via a Quad Serial Peripheral Interface (QSPI).
28th June 2018


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