| December 2016 |
ALLIANCE MEMORY EXPANDS AUTOMOTIVE GRADE DRAM PORTFOLIO
If you serve the automotive market, then you need to be able to count on the quality and the longevity of the memory components you design into key systems. And you need to be sure the parts will be available years after the original design-in. Alliance Memory can help with a synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) portfolio that now features a wide variety of components with an automotive temperature range of -40° to +105 °C and which are fabricated and assembled to automotive quality standards. Read more . . .
NEW HIGH-SPEED CMOS SYNCHRONOUS LOW-POWER DRAMS (LP SDRAM) EXTEND BATTERY LIFE IN MOBILE DEVICES
Alliance Memory has introduced two new high-speed CMOS synchronous low-power DRAMs (LP SDRAM) designed to extend battery life in mobile devices. Read more . . .
ALLIANCE MEMORY AT ELECTRONICA 2016
electronica 2016 counted 73,000 visitors from more than 80 countries November 8-11 in Munich. Interest in Alliance Memory products was significantly up compared to two years ago, clearly reflecting the need for legacy DRAMs in the European market.
FROM THE PRESIDENT
The DRAM market is changing. We are seeing major DRAM suppliers reducing wafer input on DDR2s and DDR3s for internal usage, and other products like DDR4s and flash. Allocation is here on some products. Having a partner you can trust is more important than ever.
Whatever 2017 brings, Alliance Memory will be there for you. Our inventory levels are robust and our worldwide distribution network is stronger than ever. As so many people told us last month at electronica 2016, we’re now being recognized as a “player” in the DRAM market, in which our partnership with Micron has given us a high level of credibility. Altogether that means we can be a stronger partner for you—the supplier you trust to come to the rescue with the memory ICs you need.
We thank you for making 2016 an incredibly successful year. All of us at Alliance Memory send you our best wishes for a joyous holiday season and a happy and successful 2017.
President and CEO