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  • n. Plural form of DRAM.


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  • Most recently, stiff competition and the rising cost of improving chips has made it even harder for surviving makers of dynamic random-access memory, the chips known as DRAMs that are used to store data in personal computers and server systems.

    Micron Chief Dies in Crash

  • The company, the last U.S. maker of chips known as DRAMs, has been losing money for two years because of falling prices from an industry-wide glut of production capacity.

    Micron to Cut 2,000 Jobs

  • The companies said the deal entails collaborating on technology for making chips known as DRAMs, for dynamic random-access memory.

    Micron, Nanya

  • Lately, Applied has been hurt as a major group of customers -- makers of chips known as DRAMs, for dynamic random-memories -- have stopped spending on factories as chip prices have fallen dramatically.

    Boom in Display Screens Eases

  • PRM will continue to be important because of the volatility of some commodities such as DRAMs and liquid crystal displays.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • In each of these models, HP maintains control of sourcing for strategic components such as DRAMs, drives and software.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • (HSI) of Icheon, Korea, is the world's top tier memory semiconductor supplier offering dynamic random access memory chips ("DRAMs"), flash memory chips ("NAND Flash") and CMOS image sensor ("CIS") for a wide range of distinguished customers globally.

    Hynix Places Large Volume Order for ESI’s 9850TPIR+ Laser Link Processing System - Yahoo! Finance

  • But the prices are unlikely to fall below $0.80 because it appears to be the cash cost levels of Samsung Electronics and Hynix, top-tier makers of 30 nanometer-class DRAMs for PC, Hyundai Securities said in a recent report.

    Hynix Net Falls 83%

  • They hope to combine attributes of widely used chips such as dynamic random access-memories, or DRAMs, and flash-memory chips used in portable products like iPhones and iPods, which are slower but can retain data when electrical current is shut off.

    Chip Start-Up Joins With Russia In Memory Deal

  • But even if the news for Samsung isn't so bad — -the company's shares fell only 1% Friday — this outlook doesn't bode well for rivals that aren't so protected by NAND, tablet and smartphone businesses and have greater exposure to televisions, displays and DRAMs.

    Samsung Electronics' Not-So-Bad Quarter


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