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April 25, 2008
Hyperstone introduces S6, one of the worlds fastest and most robust MMC 4.2 and SD Card 2.0 compliant Flash Memory Controller.

Konstanz, Germany, March 3, 2008 – Today, Hyperstone introduced its S6 MultiMediaCard™ (MMC) and SecureDigitalTM – SD Card controller compliant to MMC4.2 and SD 2.0. Together with Hyperstone’s patented wear leveling and most robust firmware, S6 offers highest reliability, endurance, and superior performance for flash solutions based on all Single Level Cell (SLC) and Multi Level Cell (MLC) Flash Memories. More…

April 25, 2008
Hyperstone introduces F3 family of CompactFlash™ and Solid State Disk controllers providing superior power efficiency, reliability, and fail safe features for Flash Memory applications.

Konstanz, Germany, February 6, 2008 – Today, Hyperstone introduced its F3 family of Flash Memory controllers. Targeting applications such as Solid State Disk (SSD), Disk-on-Module (DoM), CompactFlash™, (CF) cards, and embedded Flash or disks-on-board, the F3 together with firmware provides lowest power consumption, highest reliability, endurance, and rigorous fail safe features for all Single Level Cell (SLC) and Multi Level Cell (MLC) based Flash Memory solutions. More…

April 1, 2008
DRAMeXchange warns DRAM market-share games shifting from a knockout to a marathon without a winner if no rational supply is seen.

Major DRAM suppliers profited from their aggressive expansion in 2005 and this good fortune continued as the price of DRAM kept on going up in 2006. However, this boom did not come without consequences. This rapid growth in capacity, in addition to an over-optimistic projection on Microsoft Vista's demand for DRAM, has caused numerous industry suppliers much suffering since 2007. As those first-tier suppliers, who are finding it difficult to squeeze second-tier suppliers out, they will see intensified cost pressure. DRAMeXchange analyst, points out that some DRAM suppliers are still considering the present DRAM depression as a best opportunity to expand their market share. The DRAM market-share game is now shifting from a knockout to a marathon without a winner, and the whole business loses, according to DRAMeXchange. More…