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IBM leaps two hurdles for next-gen memory
IBM has solved two related problems with phase-change memory and now says the fast next-generation data-storage technology will be ready for use in 2016 in servers. In a paper for the IEEE...
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Global business interruption losses required robu...
Superstorm Sandy, which hit the northeast U.S., and massive flooding in Thailand are among catastrophes that have reshaped the way insurers and buyers deal with business interruption claims. Aside...
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A day may come when flash memory is USELESS. But ...
The era of flash memory is anticipated to run out of road in the 2020s and newer technologies involving resistance and electron spin are poised to take over, delivering higher capacities, greater...
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SSD drives come of age – safe and reliable
SSD uses NAND ‘Negative-AND’ flash memory – simply put it stores a 0 or 1 in each cell and retains it after the power is off. From the start, opponents cited a disadvantage that flash memory has a...
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Foundry houses in China, Taiwan set to compete fo...
Foundry houses in China, Taiwan set to compete for specialty process orders Josephine Lien, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 3 March 2015] Competition by foundry houses in China and Taiwan on...
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Jyeong Hyeon-jeong, Senior Writer, ZDNet Korea
A little about me Bio: Jeong Hyeon-jeong is a senior writer for ZDNet Korea that covers semiconductors, display panels and all components that goes into electronics. Her main beats are Samsung, LG,...
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Making money from memory
It seems like the computer industry always has some sort of scandal going on. The only difference between this and what seems to happen in Hollywood or politics is that it always flies under the...
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DRAM class action: Canadians can claim $20
Canadian consumers who bought electronics between April 1,1999 and June 30, 2002 are eligible to get at least $20 back following several class action lawsuits against the manufacturers of dynamic...
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