Combined with its inherent authenticity and trustworthiness over time, outstanding capacity and scalability, and excellent random access
attributes, UDO's low TCO makes it the ideal solution for a professional archive strategy.
Taiwanese Dynamic Random Access
Memory Shipment Volume by Process Technology, 1Q 2009 - 4Q 2010
This study has identified and focused on seven emerging non-volatile memory technologies such as FERAM, phase change random access
memory (PCM, PC-RAM, PRAM, OUM), magneto-resistive RAM (MRAM, STT RAM, Race Track Memory), resistance switching RAM (RRAM, ReRAM, CB-RAM, PMC-RAM, Nanobridge RAM CMOx, memistors), zero capacitor (ZRAM), quantum dot RAM and polymer printed memory.
Using random access
disk, this hours-long process takes a tiny fraction of the time that's required when using tapes.
DRAM circuits are cheaper to manufacture than Static Random Access
Memory (SRAM) transistors, and can hold significantly larger amount of memory.
Under the terms of the merger, which is contingent on regulatory clearance and approval of a two-thirds majority of Random Access
shareholders, ENTEX will acquire 100% of the assets and liabilities of Random Access
The white paper outlines the differences between traditional/post-process storage compression and Storwize's real-time, random access
ZDS-625nl Model 80, with a 25 megahertz Intel386SL microprocessor, 2MB of random access
memory, and an 80MB hard drive.
com/research/ae43a1/the_taiwanese_dyna) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese Dynamic Random Access
Memory Industry, 3Q 2009" report to their offering.
com/research/8906bb/the_taiwanese_dyna) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese Dynamic Random Access
Memory Industry, 2Q 2009" report to their offering.
com/research/6587bb/the_taiwanese_dyna) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese Dynamic Random Access
Memory Industry, 1Q 2009" report to their offering.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access
Memory (DRAM), announced today that it has begun mass production of the DRAM industry's first 1-Gigabit and 512-Megabit DDR2 SDRAMs using 70-nanometer process technology.