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Memory

Micron and Intel announced an update to their 3D XPoint™ joint development partnership, which has resulted in the development of an entirely new class of non-volatile memory with dramatically lower latency and exponentially greater endurance than NAND memory.

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With the memory market booming, the Yole group of companies recently decided to launch its quarterly Memory Monitor report, covering DRAM Service – Memory Research and NAND Service – Memory Research, and the entire memory segment. The report’s first installment was just released, and it contains a wealth of timely data. Memory, fueled by huge contributions from DRAM and NAND, is poised to account for more than 1/3 of all semiconductor revenue in 2018, well above the historical average of ~25%. Enjoy!

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Samsung Electronics in advanced memory technology, announced that it has started mass producing the industry’s first 32-gigabyte (GB) double data rate 4 (DDR4) memory for gaming laptops in the widely used format of small outline dual in-line memory modules (SoDIMMs). The new SoDIMMs are based on 10-nanometer (nm)-class process technology that will allow users to enjoy enriched PC-grade computer games on the go, with significantly more capacity, higher speeds, and lower energy consumption.

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Growing demand for advanced packaging in the memory market highlights value of Veeco’s. High volume manufacturing Lithography Systems. Veeco Instruments announced that one of the memory chip manufacturers has ordered multiple AP300™ lithography systems to support the fast growing demand for DRAM with copper (Cu) pillars. The company selected the Veeco tools for their versatility in addressing advanced packaging applications, proven reliability in supporting high volume manufacturing and low total cost of ownership.
 
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The semiconductor industry posted record results in 2017, with revenue exceeding US$400 billion. Overall demand for semiconductor devices was robust throughout the year, driven by the growing adoption of electronics components across all applications, with particular strength in the mobile and data center markets. Semiconductor growth in 2017 was led by the memory segment, with impressive revenue reaching US$126 billion. It represents an increase of over 60% year-over-year. Yole Développement (Yole) Memory Team forecasts the memory market to reach US$177 billion in 2018, with 40% growth.

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Crossbar, the ReRAM technology forerunner, announced an agreement with Microsemi , the largest U.S. commercial supplier of military and aerospace semiconductors, in which Microsemi will license Crossbar’s ReRAM core intellectual property. As part of the agreement, Microsemi and Crossbar will collaborate in the research, development and application of Crossbar’s proprietary ReRAM technology in next generation products from Microsemi that integrate Crossbar’s embedded ReRAM with Microsemi products manufactured at the 1x nm process node.

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