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Samsung, Toshiba agree to set DDR NAND standard

7/22/2010 12:42 PM EDT
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re: Samsung, Toshiba agree to set DDR NAND standard
resistion   7/25/2010 12:48:43 PM
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NAND is such a wear-intolerant technology, I think the need for speed improvement (which encourages faster wear) is misplaced.

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re: Samsung, Toshiba agree to set DDR NAND standard
Luis Sanchez   7/22/2010 10:09:43 PM
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This looks like some good news, the memory will get faster and so we will all see the benefit of richer applications for mobile. The video rendering and graphics will be the most benefitted by this new technologies and together with that perhaps the P2P video distribution as mentioned in another article from yesterday. The reduced latency in the reproduction device will compensate de current existent latency in the Internet connection. I wonder in how much time will they deliver a working device to the market? Let's start to imagine the killer app that will explode the new 400Mbit/s data transfer rate.

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