Hynix is shaking things up in the memory market with its decision to license Innovative Silicon's Z-RAM technology.
The two companies jointly announced the agreement on Monday.
Z-RAM is a twist on the traditional makeup of a memory cell. Almost all PCs use DRAM to temporarily store information while the system is running, to avoid delays accessing that data from the hard drive every time it is needed. And each DRAM cell needs a transistor and a capacitor, which stores electrical charge, to represent a bit of data. But Innovative Silicon figured out a way to take advantage of … Read more