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Processor, memory may marry in future computers

A correction was made to this story Read below for details SAN FRANCISCO--Will Intel get back into the business of selling computer memory? It might, if one of the ideas in a recent chip prototype moves into manufacturing

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Nano memory gets big chip backer

A large semiconductor maker has signed a deal with Nantero to use its technology for making memory with carbon

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Micron bows out of SRAM business

The memory maker, refocusing its efforts, says that it will stop producing its static RAM products, which are used mainly in communications equipment

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Intel's next-gen memory closer to reality

Intel and Numonyx announced practical advancements they believe will make phase-change memory meet its performance

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Intel chip research focuses on memory cells

Intel is working on a transistor design that could help the company s designers pack more memory onto its processors

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IBM Finds Way To Triple Memory On Chips

IBM has devised a way to triple the amount of memory stored on computer chips and double the performance of data-hungry processors by replacing a problematic type of memory with a variety that uses much less space on the slice of silicon

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ST MCU powers scalable IoT security platform

STMicroelectronics has partnered with software solutions provider Prove & Run to develop with a scalable security platform for IoT devices

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Samsung pumps $18B into memory chip production

The semiconductor fabrication line in Pyeongtaek has already begun mass production and shipping its first product to customers, according to Samsung

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