Toshiba announces the introduction of the world's fastest microSD UHS-II cards in 32GB and 64GB capacities with maximum read speeds of 260MB/s and 145MB/s respectively, and maximum write speeds of 240MB/s and 130MB/s.
Kingston has unveiled a series of brand new packaging for its system-specific memory modules designed for Acer, Apple, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Toshiba laptops that's only available in the APAC region.
ASRock has just announced two of its AMD FM2+ motherboards have been certified to support AMD 2400MHz+ AMP (AMD Memory Profile). This means with the selection of a BIOS setting, and supported memory modules, their operating frequencies can be set easily.
Samsung has announced that it has developed the industry's first eight gigabit, low-power double data rate 4 mobile DRAM. In other words, expect smartphones and tablets with 4GB of RAM in 2014.
As man seeks to quench his insatiable thirst for faster memory and greater capacities, over 20 firms have agreed to jointly developed MRAM as the new memory standard.
The modules are fully compliant with the latest eMMC standard, and are designed for application in a wide range of digital consumer products, including smartphones, tablet PCs and digital video cameras.
Ideal for overclocking and extreme gaming, the Viper 3 series is about 3cm tall, providing clearance for large CPU coolers. Its heat shield does not limit CPU cooling options and provides thermal dissipation to extend the lifetime of the modules.
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.