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South Korean giant Samsung Electronics became the globe's top vendor of semiconductors in 2021, overtaking Intel for the first time since 2018 with a 31.6% rise in revenue to US$75.9 billion (A$105.2 billion), the technology analyst firm Gartner says.

Published in Hardware

Leader Computers now distributes all of PNY's range of VGA, SSD, and DRAM products in Australia, handling RMA service, local marketing, and pre- and post-sales support across the country.

Published in Deals

The global semiconductor market grew by 5.4% in 2020 the pandemic notwithstanding, pulling in US$442 billion (A$581 billion), a better than expected showing, the technology research firm IDC says.

Published in Development

South Korean conglomerate Samsung Electronics has flagged a rise of 58.1% in its third-quarter operating profits, with the US ban on Huawei helping to boost its mobile and chip businesses.

Published in Mobility

The top 20 Asia-Pacific technology companies may face a rough time this year due to the volatile global situation and the the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the data and analytics firm GlobalData says.

Published in Business Intelligence

A Chinese Government company and a private Taiwan firm have been accused of trying to steal trade secrets from US tech firm Micron Technology.

Published in Technology Regulation
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 12:20

4DS claims breakthrough in ReRAM development

Semiconductor development company 4DS Memory claims to have developed ReRAM that has a speed approaching that of DRAM and that does not require error correction.

Published in Hardware
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Wednesday, 06 July 2016 08:52

DRAM prices plummet 62% over past two years

DRAM prices have stabilised — at the bottom  after two years of bloodletting. Once 4GB of DDR 3 used to cost US$32.75; it has plunged 62% to $12.50.

Monday, 09 September 2013 14:43

World faces smartphone delays after Chinese fire

Shipments of millions of computers and smartphones, including the next iPhone, could face delays of up to six months following a massive inferno at a Chinese factory.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 19 February 2010 16:00

DRAM to climb 40% as sheep buy new gadgets

As the world economy picks up and a slew of new gadgets come onto the scene, industry soothsayers are predicting a strong upswing in DRAM sales.

Published in Market




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