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Dubbed GLitch, the exploit is the first to show that GPUs can flip individual bits stored in dynamic random-access memory.
But Micron began manufacturing dynamic random-access memory chips in 1981 and went public in 1984.
To meet demand and to accommodate the increasing complexity of its products, Mehrotra said Micron will expand its flash-memory manufacturing in Singapore with a new building, and will add to a dynamic random-access memory plant in Hiroshima, Japan.
That flash, which stacks memory in layers, fills a gap between conventional flash, which is cheap and good for data storage, and dynamic random-access memory, which is faster but costlier and loses data when power is turned off.
Jinjiang City in China’s Fujian Province, the home of Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd., which is building a plant to build dynamic random-access memory.
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