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PNY Technologies is increasing its local push with today's arrival of the highly acclaimed extreme performance XLR8 gaming and performance DDR5 desktop memory into Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Entertainment

Full of sound and fury signifying what Kingston says is the kickstarting of a gaming revolution, Kingston’s new FURY branded memory comes in three flavours - FURY Renegade, FURY Beast and FURY Impact. 

Published in Home Tech

Global revenue from the sales of semiconductors in 2020 reached US$466.2 billion, an increase of 10.4% year-on-year, the technology analyst firm Gartner says.

Published in Development

With innovations in scaling and CMOS placement, the highest density and most advanced 6th-gen, 162-layer 3D flash memory created by Western Digital and Kioxia has now launched in what is the latest milestone from an impressive 20-year joint venture partnership, promising ever better, faster and denser storage solutions.

Global revenue from semiconductors rebounded from a drop of 12% in 2019 to register an increase of 7.3% or US$449.8 billion (A$578 billion) in dollar terms in 2020, the technology research group Gartner says.

Published in Hardware

Global ratings agency S&P Global Ratings has forecast that IT spending will grow between 2% and 3% in the year ahead, an improvement from 2019.

Published in Business Intelligence
Friday, 12 July 2019 12:09

Review: Ballistix Elite 3600 memory module


The Ballistix Elite 3600 memory is blazing fast. Any gamer would give a lot to have this in their machine.

Motherboard manufacturer ASUS is omitting vital information from the manuals supplied with its boards, essential for building a personal computer.

Published in Home Tech

Memory is reliably fallible, and so few of us enjoy photographic memories. Reminder apps exist, but a new free Aussie app for iOS and Android has arrived to tie digital strings around the virtual fingers of your cloud-enabled mind's eye.

Published in Apps

Technology is always improving, sometimes in an evolutionary fashion, sometimes in a revolutionary way, with the next quantum leap in memory said to be ReRAM, or Resistive Random Access Memory.

Published in Development

Dicker Data is the newest member of Micron's Australian distributor network, distributing its consumer products including the full range of Crucial SSDs, DRAM memory and Ballistix high-performance gaming memory.

Published in Resellers

If you feel the need, the need for storage speed, Samsung is top gunning for the competition by being first to use the Toggle DDR 4.0 interface, with a 30% improvement in write speed over the previous generation.

Memory and SSD storage maker Crucial has crucially revealed detail on why hard disk drives fail when SSDs don't, and if you thought its because there's no moving parts in an SSD, you'd be right

Published in Home Tech

If you're still waiting on your computer to finish so you can get on with the next task, then these tips to speed up Photoshop are a picture perfect way to speed up all computer operations.

Published in Home Tech

A much faster future has arrived, with Crucial stating its new modules "increase system memory density to fuel memory-intensive server applications and workloads", increase performance and much more.

Published in Hardware

Memory and storage maker Crucial is proffering profitable advice on lowering software licence costs by making better use of your hardware, upgraded if needed, for long-term savings.

Published in Business IT
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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Ballistix, a division of Micron Technology, has announced the world’s first SRGB LED lighting and memory module – the Ballistix Tactical Tracer DDR4 RGB memory.

Published in Home Tech

The Machine from HPE has long been gestating, but a new prototype of the ‘world’s largest single-memory computer’ is meant to be vastly greater than just the Sherlock to IBM’s Watson.

Published in Business IT
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 15:14

Why we need Intel Optane

Intel’s epoch-making announcement of the new Optane 3D XPoint (pronounced crosspoint) memory includes its use as a type of SSD that can also be used as RAM.

Published in ShawThing
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