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Gene J. Koprowski
NAND Flash Memory Expanding Beyond iPod nano
07/06/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 619 Words

... flash memory is best known for storing music inside Apple Computer's cool iPod Nano. The cutting-edge technology is, however, being used quite extensively in PCs as their capacities grow and costs come down. Hybrid hard drives, which incorporate 64 MB or 128 MB...

Jay Lyman
Apple iPod Plays on Flash Memory Market
06/14/05 12:31 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 608 Words

... their bid to keep up with Apple iPod sales , flash memory producers such as Samsung have upped their output of the silicon technology used for memory cards, but a slowdown in sales of Apple's popular music player and related shuffle products may...

Jennifer LeClaire
IBM Boosts Development of Flash Memory Successor
12/11/06 10:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 518 Words

... new chip technology could encroach on flash memory and hard-disk drive market share, as a group of companies led by IBM explore phase-change memory. Big Blue, Macronix and Qimonda on Monday announced joint research results that give a major boost to this new...

Jay Lyman
Intel, Micron Mark Flash Memory Milestone
07/26/06 4:08 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 405 Words

IM Flash Technologies , a NAND flash memory venture established by Intel and Micron , leaped ahead of rival Samsung this week by sampling a 50-nanometer manufacturing process that more efficiently delivers high density flash memory chips. Last week Samsung announced it had achieved...

Keith Regan
Intel, STMicro Dive Into Flash Memory Venture
05/22/07 10:24 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 922 Words

... deeper into one of the fastest-growing segments of the memory chip market, Intel has joined with STMicroelectronics and a private equity firm to establish a new flash memory company. The two chipmakers entered into the agreement to combine existing assets of businesses that...

Gene J. Koprowski
iPod Growth Driving Demand for Flash Memory
07/04/06 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 705 Words

... used to be that every few years, the business media would report on the latest "slump" in sales of flash memory semiconductors. This was a decades-long trend -- demand would "hot up," as the Brits say, when new PC sales soared, and drop...

Susan B. Shor
Apple Rumored to Be After Samsung Flash Memory
08/24/05 3:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 389 Words

... unconfirmed report today from Reuters quotes an industry analyst firm iSuppli as saying that Apple plans to buy as much as 40 percent of Samsung's second-half flash memory output. The NAND flash memory cards will be used in a new, 4 GB iPod...

Jay Lyman
AMD's Spansion Bets on Serial Flash Memory
11/03/04 1:14 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 516 Words

... silicon subsidiary Spansion has announced backing of an emerging Flash memory standard with a new family of processors intended for the growing market of devices -- from PC hard drives to onboard navigation systems for cars -- that rely on the embedded Flash...

Jay Lyman
Samsung Stretches Flash Memory for Mobile PCs
03/22/06 1:30 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 534 Words

... says it has begun offering a 32 gigabyte NAND flash solid state disk (SSD) drive, a development the South Korean company calls a "historic milestone" for flash memory as it enters the mass market for notebook PCs , which today rely on hard...

Fred J. Aun
Intel Joins Flash Memory Hard Drive Fray
03/13/07 10:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 610 Words

... days of the spinning disk hard drive seem to be numbered as Intel Tuesday joined the growing field of companies offering solid state flash memory drives that claim to be faster, quieter and more power efficient. The new Intel unit, named the "Z-U130...

Jennifer LeClaire
Samsung To Mass Produce High-Density NAND Flash Memory Devices
05/31/05 11:07 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 476 Words

NAND flash memory is the chip technology used to store data and applications inside cell phones , MP3 players, and industrial equipment. Flash chips retain their memory even when their power supply is cut off.

Samsung's advanced 70-nanometer process technology will...

Keith Regan
EU Gives Thumbs-Up to Intel, STMicro Flash Memory Partnership
08/13/07 1:06 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 718 Words

... from the European Union (EU) have given their blessing for a plan by Intel and STMicroelectronics to spin off and combine their respective flash memory chip units. The proposal, which also calls for a major cash infusion from a private equity firm, would...

Alexandra DeFelice
Samsung to Provide 4-GB Flash Memory for Vista
07/26/06 3:50 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 495 Words

Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced it is producing a 4 gigabyte flash memory device designed to enhance Windows Vista performance . The new solid state disk is compatible with Windows ReadyBoost, a new Windows Vista feature that uses flash memory to improve system responsiveness.

Richard Adhikari
Flash Memory Glut Eats at Intel Profits
03/04/08 12:00 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 854 Words

The company cut its first-quarter gross margin forecast from 56 percent to 54 percent "due to lower than expected prices for NAND flash memory chips," Intel said. All other expectations remained unchanged.

That news, together with fears about the housing slump, impacted Wall...

Jay Lyman
Intel Releases NOR Flash Memory Products for Low-Cost Handsets
08/02/06 3:09 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 358 Words

... giant Intel has entered the mobile phone memory market, making its first NOR flash memory semiconductor products available this week for low-cost, wireless devices in emerging markets. Intel said the development of NOR flash, a non-volatile, read-only memory technology -- was a direct...

Richard Adhikari
Intel, Micron Cram 8 Gigs of Chip Into 4-Gig Bag
02/01/10 11:37 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 524 Words

Intel and Micron have jointly announced what may be the world's smallest, densest NAND flash memory device yet. Intel and Micron have announced the world's first 25nm-flash memory device -- the smallest process technology in the semiconductor industry. (click image to enlarge)


Richard Adhikari
Intel Boasts Breakthrough in Durable Multilayer Memory
10/29/09 11:43 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 905 Words

What's a Numonyx?
Numonyx was formed in March 2008 by Intel and STMicroelectronics, joining their flash memory businesses to create an independent flash memory company. It focuses on supplying memory solutions for consumer and industrial devices, including cellular phones, MP3 players,...

Jay Lyman
Samsung Lifts Lid on Next-Gen Memory Tech
09/11/06 2:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 513 Words

Samsung on Monday unveiled a prototype for what could one day become a less expensive substitute for flash memory and at the same time touted a healthy flash memory market with high demand and prices to match. The South Korea firm's new technology --...

Keith Regan
Intel, Micron Partner to Provide, Apple, Others With Flash Chips
11/21/05 1:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 696 Words

... a move that underscores the growing importance of flash memory chips as consumer electronics devices continue to shrink in size, Intel and Micron Technology announced a joint venture that will create flash chips for the likes of Apple and others. The two chip...

Jay Lyman
Samsung, Analysts Clash Over Memory Market
06/24/05 11:36 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 471 Words

Still, Samsung also declared that it is looking positively toward the higher-density, higher-cost Flash memory that is increasingly popular in devices such as the iPod. Such technology represents a potentially larger margin for the South Korean chip maker.

"Any company...

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