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Report: Toshiba forced to halve NAND output

4/20/2011 03:04 PM EDT
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re: Report: Toshiba forced to halve NAND output
NAND_analyst   4/22/2011 4:54:02 PM
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According to Sandisk in its CC last night, this rumor is false. Surely you should update this story. The new story is, where did Digitimes get the story from, and why did EETimes reprint it without second sourcing it?

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Robotics Developer   4/21/2011 12:54:05 AM
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Which other NAND producers use 300mm? Is this the standard wafer size and therefore the shutdown of Shin-Etu will affect all or which ones? I would love to know more about this as NAND is critical to many embedded systems.

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