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Intel sells its NAND memory business to SK Hynix for a cool $9 billion
Following regulatory approval, SK Hynix will initially pay Intel a sum of $7 billion, while the rest will be given in 2025.
SK Hynix launches the world’s first DDR5 RAM modules with up to 64GB capacity
SK Hynix touts a DDR5 RAM transfer rate of 4,800 ~ 5,600 Mbps, which is said to be 1.8 times faster than what DDR4 sticks can deliver.
Toshiba decides to sell chip business to SK Hynix group, backed by Apple
The mobile memory chip market is dominated by Samsung and SK Hynix may be able to finally take on its domestic cohort with this deal.
How the iPhone 8 ruined the Huawei P10 for memory freaks
Apple is throwing its weight around by commanding a lot of production capacity for memory chips, leaving the competition in jitters.
Apple joins long list of interested Toshiba chip business buyers/investors
The potential-brimming chip division of the otherwise struggling Toshiba Corporation has reportedly attracted Apple’s interest now.