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Industry View: Semico Research on where NAND flash goes next

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re: Industry View: Semico Research on where NAND flash goes next
cdhmanning   6/12/2012 5:02:22 AM
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Trick question: How much NAND flash would the perfect ipod/whatever have to store your stuff? 16Gbytes? 120Gbytes? 500 Tbytes? Answer: None. People just want to access their "stuff". Having to store your stuff on local storage is a workaround for limited connectivity. First prize is some sort of cloud/whatever storage which stores everything and seamless ubiquitous free connectivity to that stuff without having to download anything.

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