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środa, 28 czerwca 2017 15:55

Micron announces appointment of Jeff VerHeul as SVP of Non-Volatile Engineering

Micron Technology, Inc. announced the appointment of Jeff VerHeul as senior vice president, Non-Volatile Engineering, reporting to Sanjay Mehrotra, Micron president and CEO. VerHeul most recently was senior vice president, Corporate Engineering at SanDisk, where he was responsible for developing a broad array of flash products. VerHeul’s new role will drive greater focus on SSDs and other value-added solutions based on Micron’s non-volatile memory technology to address the growing opportunity for these solutions in large market segments like cloud, enterprise, client and mobile. więcej na: globenewswire.com

środa, 28 czerwca 2017 14:07

Toshiba says suing Western Digital for $1 billion

Japan's Toshiba Corp said it is filing a lawsuit against joint venture partner Western Digital Corp. Toshiba is claiming 120 billion yen ($1.07 billion) in damages, saying in a statement that Western Digital is interfering with the sale of its memory chip division. Toshiba also said it has decided to shut out Western Digital employees based outside the Yokkaichi chip plant from accessing information relating to the two companies' joint venture. więcej na: www.reuters.com

środa, 28 czerwca 2017 11:55

Nvidia to launch graphics cards specifically designed for digital currency mining

Nvidia is going to launch graphics cards specifically designed for cryptocurrency mining through its partners. Product listings for Nvidia-based and AMD-based cryptocurrency mining cards recently appeared on the website of ASUS, a leading maker of graphics cards. "ASUS Mining P106 is designed for coin mining with high-efficiency components - delivering maximum hash-rate production at minimum cost," the product listing said. więcej na: www.cnbc.com

środa, 28 czerwca 2017 10:01

Panel and component suppliers gearing up for robust demand for 18:9 displays

LCD panel makers and panel-related component suppliers are gearing up for robust demand for 18:9 LCD panels from the smartphone sector in the second half of 2017, according to industry sources. Following the steps of Samsung Electronics and Apple, China-based smartphone vendors, including Huawei, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi Technology are expected to begin rolling out models equipped with 18:9 all-screen displays in the second half of the year, said the sources. więcej na: www.digitimes.com

środa, 28 czerwca 2017 08:01

Google fined record $2.7 billion in European antitrust case

The European Commission has hit Google with a record $2.7 billion fine after concluding that the search giant unfairly favored its comparison-shopping service over others. “[Google] denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate,” said Margrethe Vestager, the European Union commissioner in charge of competition policy. “And most importantly, it denied European consumers a genuine choice of services and the full benefits of innovation.” Europe in 2015 formally charged Google with abusing its dominance in search by giving advantage to its own comparison-shopping service. więcej na: www.siliconvalley.com

wtorek, 27 czerwca 2017 19:58

LG Innotek aiming at making flexible circuit boards for next iPhone

LG Innotek is in the process of setting up flexible printed circuit board production, with the goal of becoming a primary supplier for the Apple iPhone, according to a report out of LG's home country, South Korea. "Related facilities" should break ground later in 2017, the Korea Economic Daily said. It's expected that mass produciton will begin sometime in 2018. Flexible PCBs are considered essential for curved OLED panels on smartphones. więcej na: appleinsider.com

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