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Applied Materials Embedding New Memory Technologies in Chips

Applied Materials, the $17 billion Santa Clara-based materials engineering company for the semiconductor industry, today announced manufacturing systems enabling new memory technologies to be deposited “with atomic-level precision” within ...Full Article

Cloud Computing, IoT Drive Chip Design Surge

Semiconductor design is booming, propelled by unrelenting demand for new memory chips, cloud computing and the digitization of entire industry sectors such as automotive and industrial. Technology tracker IHS ...Full Article

AWS Joins Cloud Memory Push

Public cloud vendors are focusing their infrastructure upgrades on the growing number of memory-intensive enterprise workloads. Earlier this week, Google rolled out virtual machines that support persistent memory for ...Full Article

Chip Market Faces Headwinds as Tariffs Loom

The global chip market, buoyed over the last several quarters by surging enterprise and storage demand for memory components, cooled during the first quarter as the industry braces for ...Full Article

Google Adds More Cloud Features

Google continues to roll out new cloud features as it seeks to differentiate its platform from rivals with new tools and redundancy designed to boost application availability. Separately, Google ...Full Article

Memory Demand Propels Booming Chip Market

Chip makers have been scrambling to find new applications for their wares, focusing on the Internet of Things, big data and emerging machine learning applications requiring more processing power. ...Full Article

Chip Market Soared on Memory Demand

Global spending on semiconductors jumped a hefty 17 percent in 2017, driven by demand and corresponding price hikes for memory in datacenters and early industrial deployments of the Internet ...Full Article

Tight DRAM Supplies Jar Server Market

Tightening global supplies of DRAM chips are beginning to bite with reports surfacing this week about rising server memory prices as chipmakers struggle to meet growing demand. Among the ...Full Article

Intel Xpoint Storage Targets Datacenter

Intel Corp. has begun shipping new storage drives based on its 3-D XPoint non-volatile memory technology as it targets data-driven workloads. Intel's new Optane solid-state drives, designated P4800X, seek ...Full Article

Container Vendors Downplay ‘Memory Pressure’ Concerns

Leading purveyors of application container infrastructure are downplaying a recent analysis that identifies a resource management feature in the Linux kernel as a potential "performance killer." LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) ...Full Article
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