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Kingston introduces its new packaging for the system-specific memory modules for Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sony, and Toshiba notebooks.
Equipped with Apacer's exclusively designed 3D heatspreader, heat can be transmitted effectively, achieving the most optimal heat dissipation effect within a limited size.
Rambus proceeds down the path of flash memory, with the purchase of Unity Semiconductor being the first step in cornering the Flash memory market.
With a 3.2cm-tall low profile heat spreader design, the memory modules are ideal for building high performance PCs with large CPU coolers, or other systems with restricted space. Factor in XMP support, low voltage at high speeds and you get memory that's ideal for overclocked systems.
Kingston launches the HyperX Red Limited Edition Memory and presents a new look for HyperX LoVo low-voltage modules.
Panasonic, Samsung, SanDisk, Sony and Toshiba have announced that they are collaborating to device a new content protection technology for flash memory cards such as SD cards and various storage devices.
Taiwanese memory module manufacturer, Adata Technology has reported that rising demand for tablets, and an influx of short lead-time orders from the Ultrabook sector, led to SSD sales staying at high levels. Hopefully, the strong demand reported will lead to lower SSD prices.
In order to support the new Intel Sandy Bridge-E based quad-channel memory processors (like the Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition), memory vendors such as Patriot Memory, Kingston, and Mach Xtreme are launching their new memory kits.
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and Transcend Information (TI), both of which are based in Taiwan, have successfully created 2TB thumbdrives.
DRAM chip suppliers are all struggling with falling chip prices caused by oversupply and the market outlook for the rest of 2011 remains uncertain.