In the race to come up with the most powerful and most efficient chips, South Korean tech giant Samsung has started mass producing DDR4 memory chips that are based on the latest 10nm-class process.
Aiming to make enterprise cloud adoption easier and faster, Intel has unveiled new lines of processors and solid-state drives, as well as several new collaborative efforts under its Cloud for All initiative.
Chip giant Intel is slowing down the clock on its development of processors. The company announced that it is ditching the so-called "tick-tock" approach to making chips that it has used for years.
High-end mobile devices may be getting a big boost in memory, thanks to a new chip introduced by Samsung -- a 256-gigabyte embedded memory chip based on the UFS 2.0 standard.
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