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- Camino Chipset Delay Sparks DRAM Turmoil. Brown, Peter // Electronic News;04/05/99, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p1
Reports on the impact of the delay in the release of the Camino chipset from Intel Corp. on the dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) market in the United States. Reactions of original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of personal computers on the delay; Impact of the delay on DRAM devices.
- IBM eyes merchant bid with memory offerings. Cohen, Sarah // Electronic News;1/27/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2152, p22
Reports on the launching of a variety of memory products from International Business Machines Corp. IBM's CMOS static random access memory (SDRAM); Sixteen-megabit 100MHz SDRAM and 40-nanosecond 16M EDO RAM; Applications of IBM's products; Reasons for the highly-differentiated nature of IBM's...
- Ramtron lands $1.1M EDRAM order. // Electronic News (10616624);04/13/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2214, p24
Reports on Ramtron International's receipt of a $1.1 million order for its four-megabit enhanced dynamic random access memory (EDRAM) devices. Production of EDRAMs by Ramtron-owned subsidiary Enhanced Memory Systems; Concentration of Enhanced Memory Systems on a premium for its high-speed...
- Cypress' dual-port SRAM barrage: 60 chips added. // Electronic News;08/10/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2231, p14
Reports that Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will release more than 60 new synchronous and asynchronous dual-port static random access memory (SRAMs) ranging in density from 64-kilobits to one-megabit. Production plans; Prices; Offer of x9 and x18 word widths in the dual-ported synchronous devices.
- SRAM surrogate supports nonstandard interface. Dipert, Brian // EDN;6/21/2001, Vol. 46 Issue 14, p28
Features Toshiba Corp.'s TC51W3216 static random access memory-like interface. Specifications; Capabilities; Contact information.
- Fast, Vast and Rewritable DVD-RAM Finally Arrives. Andrews, Dean // PC World;Feb1999, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p62
Evaluates DVD-RAM (Digital Video Disc-Random Access Memory). LaCie DVD-RAM External SCSI; GF-1050 drive; Pros and cons of DVD-rams; Speed; Problems in using the technology as of February 1999; The necessity for extra hardware on the computer to accommodate the DVD-RAM; Prices; Contact points. ...
- Hitachi lays upgrade path from 16M SDRAM. // Electronic News;12/23/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2148, p18
Reports on the launch of Hitachi America's 64M SDRAM part with a 100MHz peak clock frequency for workstations, servers and the high-end PC. Optional bank architecture; Organization choices; Processing of the chip on 0.3-micron technology.
- Teradyne debuts memory tester; $20M in orders. // Electronic News;4/10/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2060, p36
Describes Teradyne Inc.'s J995 memory test system targeted at production wafer testing of wide input-output (I/O) dynamic random access memories (DRAMs). Features and functions; Specifications; Compatibility; Total orders for the new memory tester.
- Samsung ships 1-gigabit SDRAMs. // Electronic News;09/28/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2238, p2
Relates the market introduction of 1-gigabit SDRAM devices by Samsung Semiconductor in the United States. Product applications; Remarks of industry experts on commitment of Samsung to memory market.