DRAM inventor logs off
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Dennard was 91

Robert Heath Dennard, the trailblazing electrical and computer engineer who invented DRAM, has died at the age of 91.

Samsung unveils 12nm 32Gb DDR5 DRAM
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Enabling 128GB DRAM modules, and paves the way for 1TB DRAM modules

Samsung has announced the development of the industry's first and highest-capacity 32Gb DDR5 DRAM on a 12nm manufacturing process.

Crucial officially launches T700 Gen 5 SSD and Crucial Pro Series DRAM
Published in PC Hardware

Both available now

Crucial, or to be precise Micron, has chosen Computex 2023 to officially launch its latest Crucial T700 Gen 5 SSD and the Crucial Pro series DRAM lineup.

Samsung starts mass production of 12nm-class DDR5 DRAM
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A 7.2Gbps DRAM with reduced power consumption

Samsung Electronics has announced that it has started mass production of its 16Gb DDR5 DRAM based on the industry’s most advanced 12nm-class process technology.

Samsung releases DRAM for the new CXL 2.0 standard
Published in PC Hardware

Worked with Chipzilla so it will play nice with Xeon

Samsung has unveiled what it claims is the world’s first DRAM product with the brand-new CXL 2.0 standard.

Gartner predicts decline in global semi-conductor revenue
Published in PC Hardware

More than 11 per cent lower 

Global semiconductor revenue is projected to decline 11.2 per cent in 2023, according to the latest forecast from Gartner.

Samsung chip foundry loses billions
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Things can only get better 

Samsung's memory chip division lost $2.3 billion US in the first two months of 2023.

SK Hynix sends "world’s fastest" mobile DRAM to clients
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Low Power Double Data Rate 5 Turbo

SK Hynix has shipped off what it is calling the world’s fastest mobile DRAM to prospective customers to have a play with.

Samsung shows off 12nm DDR5 DRAM
Published in PC Hardware

Works with AMD's Zen

Samsung has unveiled the world’s first 12nm DDR5 DRAM chips.

DRAM inventory drops
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Researchers at TrendForce recently surveyed the DRAM marketplace and found that inventory has seen a drop in consumer demand due to inflation, and the current war between Russia and Ukraine.