On March 10, 2015, the information technology corporation Hewlett-Packard announced that they will be creating a group of servers specifically targeting a system for cloud providers. As a joint venture with the electronics contract company Foxconn, the two firms have been working together on creating cloud optimized servers in which they have dubbed Cloudline.


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Headquartered in Taiwan’s Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park, Macronix is a premier provider of integrated devices for the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) market—producing a full range of NOR Flash, NAND Flash, and ROM products. Founded in 1989, Macronix is the first semiconductor manufacturer to be certified by the Social Accountability International Standard (SA 8000:2001) in Hsinchu Science Park, home to many competing foundries. The company caters to a wide variety of industries with its technologies—computer, telecommunications, consumer, and automotive.


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On October 21, 2014, the South Korean technology company, SK Hynix, announced their new development of the world’s highest density 16GB NVDIMM (Non Volatile DIMM). The state of the art NVDIMM is based on a 4GB DDR4 and will utilize 20nm class technology.


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On October 1, 2014, the Japanese technology company, Toshiba, announced their launch of the world’s smallest class E-MMC Embedded NAND Flash Memory products. These new chips will utilize a new state of the art 15nm process technology along with a controller to manage its basic control functions. The new imbedded controller function will make possible the minimization of development requirements and easier integration into system designs. Designed for digital products on the consumer level, Toshiba looks to enter their new product into the industry of smartphones, tablet PCs, and wearable devices.


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DDR3 SDRAM - The Latest SDRAM Debuted in 2007, DDR3 SDRAM is an abbreviation for double data rate type synchronous dynamic random access memory. SDRAMs were introduced in the early 1990s to replace the traditional DRAM. SDRAMs helped computers became more powerful by allowing computers to synchronize the memory’s responses to control the inputs with the system bus.


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What are FPGA Memory Cards? Within the computing and electronic industry, FPGA stands for field-programmable gate array. This type of memory operates as an integrated circuit which is designed to be configured by the end user upon purchase. This is why this type of memory is referred to as field-programmable, which means the firmware (read only memory) can be modified without disassembling the device or returning it to its original equipment manufacturer.


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Committed to Customer Satisfaction: ADATA Technology started in 2001 with only 20 employees. The company is a worldwide leader in providing DRAM memory and flash application products. ADATA is able to stand out from its competitors by providing eye catching product designs and providing commitment to professionalism. The company understands the social responsibility of complying with stringent manufacturing specification and quality inspection processes to meet its customers’ satisfaction.


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Associate with Avant Technology for any memory need: Avant Technology is a leading manufacturer and provider of DRAM memory modules and flash sub-assemblies. Avant memory solutions are known to fulfill various business and consumer needs. Avant Technology has decades of experience in producing quality modular products to the memory industry.


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Approved Memory was founded in 2003 and today is a leader in the design and development of memory upgrade products for many of the worlds largest Original Equipment Manufacturers, system integrator, distributors, and CM’s.


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Industry Known Manufacturer for Innovative Memory Modules: Apacer was founded in 1997 and has always focused its business on manufacturing memory modules. Only two years after opening, the company became the world’s fourth largest memory module manufacture by 1999 by creating its own global brand.


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