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RAM is becoming more expensive
RAM is becoming more expensive

At the beginning of June you got 64 MB RAM for 120 DM. With the 128 modules, the increase is not quite as strong compared to June, but with 330 DM yo...

49% faster SDRAM
49% faster SDRAM

According to the CHIP PC133, the memory manufacturer Enhanced Memory Systems has presented high-speed SDRAM modules. The new HSDRAM memory modules sh...

New Rambus modules announced
New Rambus modules announced

The memory manufacturer Rambus has announced RDRAM modules with a bandwidth of 2.1 GB/second per second. This value is achieved by increasing the clo...

Micron is suing Rambus
Micron is suing Rambus

You shouldn't throw stones when you're sitting in a glass house. A few weeks ago, Rambus sued various SDRAM manufacturers such as Infineon, Hitachi, ...

Storage prices are falling again
Storage prices are falling again

After the prices for RAMs have risen to the priceless, the prices have fallen again in a long time. At the end of June you had to pay 180 marks for a...

DDR SDRAM faster than Rambus
DDR SDRAM faster than Rambus

VIA has made the first mainboard prototypes available for tests with the new Apollo Pro266, which is the first PC chipset to support DDR-SDRAM. Since...

RAM cheaper than ever
RAM cheaper than ever

RAM memory is cheaper than it has ever been in the last two years. After the earthquake in Taiwan, prices skyrocketed, and there was no improvement i...

Discounts at the Rambus
Discounts at the Rambus

The Rambus manufacturer Kingston Technology wants to give discounts of 75 million dollars on its Rambus in order to encourage small companies to buil...

1 gigabyte SDRAM module
1 gigabyte SDRAM module

The memory manufacturer Unigen Corporation from California, which is rather unknown to us, announced in a press release last week that it would bring...

Xbox gets RAM from Micron
Xbox gets RAM from Micron

Microsoft and Micron Technology, Inc. announced that each Xbox will be equipped with two 32MB Micron DDR-SDRAM modules. However, the Xbox won't be re...

Magnetic RAM from IBM and Infineon
Magnetic RAM from IBM and Infineon

According to IBM and Infineon, MRAM should become the memory of the future. MRAM stands for Magnetic Random Access Memory, i.e. a memory that uses ma...

Rambus soon against Nvidia?
Rambus soon against Nvidia?

In the current quarterly report from graphics chip manufacturer Nvidia, this makes a very interesting message to investors. As Nvidia writes, storage...

DDR SDRAM more expensive than Rambus
DDR SDRAM more expensive than Rambus

Instead of falling in price, DDR SDRAM is even becoming more and more expensive at the moment. It is now more expensive than Rambus storage. At the m...

DDR cheap as conventional SDRAM
DDR cheap as conventional SDRAM

Memory module manufacturer Micron sells PC-1600 DDR memory modules through its own mail order company Crucial.com. These are sold directly to end cus...

512 MBit memory chips from Hyundai
512 MBit memory chips from Hyundai

Hyundai is now able to manufacture 1GByte DDR RAM modules. This is made possible by using 512 MBit memory chips (16x512 MBit divided by 8Bit). The ...

First samples of the MRAM presented
First samples of the MRAM presented

Motorola presented the first samples of a 265K MRAM chip at the IEEE (International Solid State Circuits Conference). This makes it possible to switc...

New memory bus from Rambus
New memory bus from Rambus

Rambus presented a new storage interface to the public at the ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference). Throughput rates of 2.2 GB/s sho...

Storage prices at historic low
Storage prices at historic low

A historically unique price decline is currently raging on the world market for DRAM. A week ago prices fell across the board and there is no end in ...