The beleaguered Chinese manufacturing hub faces a virus-borne existential crisis.
Server segments are driving significantly higher performance requirements from memory subsystems.
The 2020 outlook for the memory market looks flat, with transitions doubtful and impact expected from Brexit, trade wars, and the coronavirus.
Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology, and others make steps toward sustainable, low-carbon memory.
There’s much potential for ReRAM, but it’s still not in wide production.
Small capacity memory could solve many problems more cost effectively and reliably than MRAM.
New breakthroughs in embedded memories and AI, RF, quantum computing and energy storage.
The memory segment, a drag on the market in 2019, appears to be reviving and promises to get stronger in 2020.
ChangXin Memory claims it is "China's only DRAM producer" now that it has revved up its fab, which is outputting 20K wafers/month.
The data for Tesla's in-vehicle displays gets updated so often that the memory chips in older models are getting worn out, which can be a very big pro...