Samsung 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM enters mass production

Samsung’s 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM packages have entered mass production, the company announced yesterday. The new package feature 30 per cent...

February 26th, 2020 Tom Li

Researchers warn of another DRAM vulnerability

The exploitation of RAM problems that can lead to device vulnerabilities in point of sale machines made headlines a year...

March 10th, 2015 Howard Solomon

DRAM sales for PCs in decline

DRAM sales for PCs in decline

It could be a the beginning of the end of an era: the centrality of the PC to the hardware...

September 17th, 2012 brian bloom

The top 10 products of the past 40 years

The top 10 products of the past 40 years

Forty years: Thousands of IT products. Many of them made a huge difference for technology professionals, and they're fondly remembered....

July 8th, 2007 Frank Hayes

Samsung to launch fastest RAM

Samsung to launch fastest RAM

Samsung Corp. is set to introduce the world's fastest memory for multimedia applications. The company claimed that workstations and servers...

January 27th, 2005 Chris Mellor

Risk assessment secures the enterprise

Risk assessment secures the enterprise

Most recent major IT system down time incidents showed that risk exists in every change made to the IT environment...

October 31st, 2004 Uwe Helmer

EU investigates South Korean chip makers

EU investigates South Korean chip makers

The European Commission confirmed Thursday that it has opened an investigation into alleged unfair public subsidies to two South Korean...

July 29th, 2002 Paul Meller

Philips seeks buyer for manufacturing business

Philips seeks buyer for manufacturing business

Dutch electronics giant Koninklijke Philips Electronic NV is seeking a buyer for its contract electronics manufacturing business, as part of...

January 10th, 2002 Rick Perera

Carleton IT students to use telco lab

Carleton IT students to use telco lab

More than 400 Carleton University engineering students will have access to a new sophisticated telecommunications laboratory that will enable them...

October 4th, 2001 No Author