The new solid-state drives, apparently using Toshiba flash memory, will join RAM as the latest component sporting the Radeon badge.
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The company's nuclear business is declining, but smartphones and tablets are still doing well — and the maker of flash memory chips is seeing the results.
Toshiba and SanDisk have accused SK Hynix of illegally obtaining data relating to NAND flash memory technology.
Toshiba and SanDisk plan to invest in flash memory chips by constructing a new plant.
Joining AMD's previous lines of desktop RAM, the new RG2133 memory series runs at 2133MHz and starts at $155 for a 16GB kit.
Teradata Intelligent Memory combines RAM and disk for high-performance big data without the extreme requirement of exclusive in-memory operation.
The drive maker claims its SSHD technology is five times faster than a 5,400rpm notebook hard drive, while its desktop SSHD includes 8GB of flash memory in addition to 1TB or 2TB of hard drive capacity.
Having already ventured into system RAM with AMD Memory, the company is now rumored to be joining the crowded SSD market.
AMD, now looking for ways for you to max out your RAM now that they are in the memory business, has released Radeon-branded version of Dataram's RAMDisk software.
Toshiba will cut production of flash memory chips by 30 percent after it oversupplied components, amid an ongoing decrease in prices.
Toshiba continues to push their Resistance RAM (ReRAM) plans. Sampling starts next year with commercial devices in 2015. Is this the beginning of the end for NAND flash?
Toshiba has refreshed much of its notebook line, including its 'world's-thinnest' Portégé ultrabook, with Intel's 'Ivy Bridge' Core processors.Most of the updated models are being touted as business-friendly, even the Portégé Z930, a follow-on from last year's Z830.
Security company Kaspersky has found a rare kind of malware in the wild that resides in a computer's RAM rather than on the hard drive.The 'fileless' bot is more difficult for antivirus software to detect, and resides in memory until the machine is rebooted, Kaspersky said in a blog post on Friday.
OWC's fast Mac storage takes SSDs out of the MacBook and into shared systems.Other World Computing (OWC) is best known for swap-out SSDs using fast Toshiba flash memory that speed up Macs, with unusually long seven-year guarantees.
A few months ago, AMD announced its was getting into the memory game, detailing both system memory and graphics card memory products. The chip company has now officially introduced AMD Memory (its branded name) lineup for desktops: three lines of DDR3 RAM.
Californian researchers have combined quantum memory with a quantum processor for the first time, making a quantum chip based on von Neumann architecture. The chip needs to be cooled to within a whisker of absolute zero to work, but the work has brought programmable quantum RAM - a "key component" of a future quantum computer – into the real world.
Samsung Electronics will acquire Grandis, a Silicon Valley-based company that specializes in spin transfer torque random access memory, or STT-RAM.
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