Fast mobile RAM
SK hynix has started supplying its customers with 16 gigabyte (GB) packages of Low Power Double Data Rate 5 Turbo (LPDDR5T).
SK Hynix did not want it to happen
Negotiations to merge Western Digital's semiconductor memory business and Japan's Kioxia Holdings have been abandoned.
Expects a better second half of the year
SK Hynix recorded its steepest quarterly operating loss in ten years for the first quarter of 2023 but said the global memory chip market should start to recover in the second half of the year.
Sluggish global chip demand
Beancounters at Yonhap Infomax have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and decided that major South Korean chip manufacturing firms won’t be earning much in the first quarter 2023.
Getting concerned about US protectionism
South Korea has passed legislation giving tax breaks to its semiconductor companies in a bill being labelled as the "Korean Chips Act."
Low Power Double Data Rate 5 Turbo
SK Hynix has shipped off what it is calling the world’s fastest mobile DRAM to prospective customers to have a play with.
SK Hynix announced that it would demonstrate working GDDR6-AiM memory with computing capabilities at CES next month.
8Gbps or roughly 8000MT/s
SK hynix claims to be building the world's fastest server DDR5 memory modules which will be capable of 8Gbps or roughly 8000MT/s.
Mega SSDs on the way
SK hynix has developed a new 4D NAND flash which will bring in their wake new mega SSDs.
$109 billion in 2022 and 2023
According to a fresh report, big chip manufacturers are increasing spending on new fab equipment, reaching a record $109 billion in 2022, a 20 percent increase compared to the previous year.