Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Dynamic RAM.

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  • dynamic random access memory

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Examples

  • DRAM is faster and pricier, while flash provides cheap memory in bulk.

    Gear6′s Web Cache Makes Web Scalability Easier

  • Variables include how Intel will affect near-term DRAM demand and the impact Advanced Micro Devices will have since it doesn't fully shift to low power DDR2 DRAM until June 2006.

    Micron's Next Two Quarters Could Be Challenged

  • "Despite near-term DRAM oversupply recent checks at CES indicate pricing bottom likely by end of March on lower supply and higher content growth, we think DRAM capex down 30-50% year-over-year helps restore supply-demand balance this year."

    Micron: Suddenly, The Street Loves DRAMs - Eric Savitz - Tech Musings - Forbes

  • Research firm iSuppli, which rates near-term DRAM market conditions as "negative," has forecast memory chip prices would stabilize this year despite acute oversupply.

    The Financial Express

  • Foxconn purchase of Dell PC plant unlikely to impact notebook makers in the short term DRAM backend supplier FATC revenues down 3% in November 2009, but sees growth ahead Lextar to maintain vertical partnership with LightHouse and Wellypower Strong partnerships and complete solutions drive growth: Q&A with LSI executive VP and general manager Jeff Richardson Business opportunities from smartbooks and e-book readers: Q&A with Inventec Appliances chairman Jackson Chang

    DIGITIMES: IT news from Asia

  • Nokia new focus on touch, full-keyboard and low-cost handsets will benefit Taiwan makers Inventory dumping again drags both DRAM and NAND flash spot prices down, says inSpectrum Foxconn purchase of Dell PC plant unlikely to impact notebook makers in the short term DRAM backend supplier FATC revenues down 3% in November 2009, but sees growth ahead Lextar to maintain vertical partnership with LightHouse and Wellypower Strong partnerships and complete solutions drive growth: Q&A with LSI executive VP and general manager Jeff Richardson Business opportunities from smartbooks and e-book readers: Q&A with Inventec Appliances chairman Jackson Chang

    DIGITIMES: IT news from Asia

  • PCs buyers no longer see the need to lavish lots of these chips, known as DRAM for dynamic random access memory, to augment their machines as often as they once did.

    Fading Memory Saps Chip Makers

  • The A4 chip comes stacked with another variety of memory chips from Samsung — known as DRAM, for dynamic random-access memory — according to iFixit, which said it used X-ray photography of the chips 'plastic packaging.

    IPad Taps Familiar Apple Suppliers

  • Samsung Electronics dropped 2.2% after its chip division chief said Tuesday an oversupply in dynamic random access memory chips known as DRAM chips and a key computer component may occur early next year if global demand for personal computers slows further.

    Asia Falls as Yen Hits New 15-Year High

  • Rambus, based in Los Altos, Calif., holds some key patents in Dynamic Random Access Memory, or DRAM, which is used to temporarily store data in products such as personal computers and smart phones.

    Rambus, EU Near Antitrust Settlement

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