Micron Technology has just announced the first shipment of their 2GB Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) engineering samples. They are touted to improve performance over standard DDR3 and DDR4 DRAM while simultaneously reducing power consumption.
To improve security in Ultrabooks, Micron has just unveiled the world's first serial NOR flash interface with replay-protected monotonic counter (RPMC). These flash memory are validated for future Intel Ultrabook platforms.
Mushkin has unveiled its latest additions to the Stealth and Redline memory series.
Kingston has announced it is shipping server memory solutions for microservers, a new and growing segment of the server market.
Kingston has announced a series of Intel XMP-validated HyperX memory solutions for the Intel Haswell processors and Z87 chipset-based platforms.
Besides introducing its Carbide Air 540 and Carbide 330R chassis, Corsair has also announced the Vengeance Pro Series of high-performance DDR3 computer memory, at the Computex 2013.
Built in a special-made metallic heat sink, the new Xpower DDR3 has the ability to increase the heat dissipation area, maintaining a powerful speed and stability to meet the needs of overclocking enthusiasts and hardcore gamers.
The Hybrid Memory Cube Consortium (HMCC) has announced its new DRAM memory architecture, called the Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) technology, which is touted to improve performance over standard DDR3 and DDR4 DRAM while simultaneously reducing power consumption.
Kingston has announced the all-new black printed circuit boards (PCB) on two of its product lines - HyperX Beast and HyperX black.
DDR3 memory modules rated for 2,133MHz operating frequency reside at the sweet spot of being able to support the official memory standards of the latest Intel and AMD PC hardware platforms and has the headroom to excel further without a heavy toll on your wallet. We rounded up five such 8GB kits for comparison.