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Micron ships first 20 nm-class GDDR5 DRAM

During its third quarter FY-2015 earnings call, Micron Technology revealed that it has begun to ship its first-ever GDDR5 DRAM chips to be based on its 20 nm-class node, according to TechPowerUp. After the company's acquisition of Japanese DRAM maker…

Micron closes $2 billion acquisition of memory maker Elpida

Micron Technology is now the second largest suppliers of mobile memory chips in the world after closing on a deal to purchase Japan-based Elpida. Terms of the deal, which has been in the works since mid-2012, weren’t publically disclosed although…

AMD-branded memory coming to the US

Advanced Micro Devices has announced that they will be bringing company-branded memory modules to the United States. The brand will be introduced with two strategic launch partners: Patriot Memory and VisionTek.

DRAM market remains unstable amid weak demand

As industry insiders predicted less than a month ago, DRAM prices have continued descending through August and the market is still surrounded by uncertainty for the remainder of 2011. According to DigiTimes' contacts, DRAM chip suppliers are struggling to combat…

OCZ accelerates DRAM market exit to focus on SSDs

OCZ Technology is a US-based manufacturer of computer hardware known for targeting its products primarily at the enthusiast market, first producing performance DDR RAM, USB drives and various cooling products. But in recent years the company has expanded its product portfolio,…