Chips & Bits (Memory & SSDs)

This blog will provide frequent insights in the world of memory and SSDs from Samsung Semiconductor’s perspective. Memories discussed will include: DDR3, LPDDR2, GDDR5 etc. as well as trends, issues and data on SSDs’ growing prevalence in today’s marketplace.

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Chips & Bits (Memory & SSDs) POSTS
08/22/2014
Mark Twain once said that the coldest winter he ever spent was a summer...
06/26/2014
We live in a new era of mushrooming growth in big data and virtually...
05/09/2014
In what is sure to be a highly engaging event, Cisco Live 2014 will...
04/21/2014
The business landscape is shifting dramatically to accommodate larger files and an enormous leap...
04/15/2014
In the digital electronics marketplace, thousands of new product offerings appear every year in...
03/25/2014
The benefits of solid state drives (SSD) over hard disk drives (HDD) are well-known:...
03/12/2014
High-volume servers have never been more essential in the Internet Age than now, as...
02/10/2014
The mobile consumer electronics marketplace is growing at breakneck speed.  As it evolves, consumers...
12/06/2013
Each year we gather industry leaders in Silicon Valley to discuss data center efficiency...
10/10/2013
PC problems – we’ve all been there, and we’ve all experienced the same frustration...