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  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Heard on the Beat (Jan. 25) Heard on the Beat (Jan. 25) Move to faster, more profitable DRAMs goes painfully slow for suppliers SAN JOSE -- It could be another long and miserable year in the poor DRAM industry, based on the consensus and general mood at the Platform Conference here this week
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    DRAM spot prices finally stabilize, but contract rates begin to tumble SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- There always seems to be a problem in the memory market these days. For example, the spot market for DRAMs were stable this week, but contract prices are beginning to tumble at an alarming rate
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    Elpida chief eyes China for DRAM manufacturing Japanese DRAM vendor Elpida Memory Inc. expects to tap Chinese foundries as part of its long-term plan to outsource 50 percent of its DRAM production, said newly-appointed president Yukio Sakamoto in an interview with EE Times. Jackson leaves Fairchild
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    . will make two new attempts to spur the adoption of Direct Rambus DRAMs in the market. One is by offering a Pentium 4 rebate program. The other effort links the memory chip with its upcoming Almador chip set, which also supports PC133 SDRAM, said market analyst Bert McComas. Kopin aims to be largest HBT
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    Technology Inc. here claimed it is sampling the industry's first 1.5-volt 32-megabit flash memory chip with read-while-write burst and page modes. The MT28F322D15FH is based on a dual-bank architecture and targeted at next-generation mobile phones. DRAM prices wilt to record lows Electronics systems
  • Wired 8.03: Must Read
    external antennas, this onboard radio card is identical to the radio card on the other side of the wireless connection. The PC-card socket controller chip regulates the flow of data between the onboard radio card and the base station's considerably faster system bus. 16 Mbytes of S-DRAM hold