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One of the world's largest flash memory makers agrees to be acquired by Micron Technology in a deal worth approximately $1.27 billion.
The new flash memory company is formed with contributions from both chip heavyweights, and will begin life just as the flash memory market turns sour.
Intel, STMicroelectronics postpone the establishment of Numonyx, a flash memory supplier, and the joint venture's debt financing is cut by about half.
This story incorrectly described the effect that Intel's Numonyx joint partnership with STMicroelectronics will have on its financial statements. Only the assets will vanish with the deal; Intel is still responsible for reporting any profit or loss made b
Although solid-state drives are in vogue, market forces and technical issues are making them a little less appealing than before.
The chipmaker and ST come up with phase change memory that can hold more than one bit per cell--but it's still not out.
Tech site Chipworks has cracked open Redmond's new phone and had a look at what makes the youth-oriented device tick.
Phase change memory could actually make its debut later this year. It's only taken decades to wring out the problems.
The iPhone is essentially an iPad Nano, according to a report.
Intel and Numonyx announced practical advancements they believe will make phase-change memory meet its performance and capacity promise.