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Samsung last Friday announced it has developed a 32-gigabit DDR5 DRAM die using its 12 nanometer-class process technology. The Korean giant has mass-produced 16Gb DRAM since May 2023, and claimed its new and denser product "paves way to DRAM modules of up to 1TB capacity" without offering any hint of a roadmap or timeframe for …

  1. Rikki Tikki Bronze badge

    So, after 6 years and millions of wasted dollars, RBA and ASIC have finally done something - or at least written a letter about it.

    It should have been bleeding obvious, even in 2017, that blockchain wouldn't be an appropriate solution for the task. But nary a peep from anyone (except el Reg, thanks Simon S).

    Maybe the Reserve Bank should have used Chat GPT to generate its communication with the ASX (/s)

  2. ChrisElvidge


    Will it be capable of forecasting Premium Bond winners?

    1. Trigonoceps occipitalis

      Re: ERNIE

      In the good old says (now?) ERNIE generated winning numbers. The numbers were then passed to another machine to check that there were valid premium bonds with a winning number. Thus many ERNIE numbers were discarded as non-winning because the bonds never existed, didn't qualify by time or had been encashed.

      Is this important? Only for historical reasons. One machine, two machines, three dice, all I want is the BIG prize!

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