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Memory firms detail sub-20-nm NAND chips

2/23/2012 05:42 AM EST
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resistion   2/26/2012 9:55:22 AM
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First sentence suggests Samsung at 19 nm, but actually they should be transitioning from 21 to 16 nm.

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mcgrathdylan   2/23/2012 8:05:39 PM
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Yes, you are correct. http://www.eetimes.com/electronics-news/4231138/Intel-Micron-128-Gbit-NAND-flash-memory Supposed to be in production in the fist half of this year....

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toom_tabard   2/23/2012 4:40:57 PM
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Didn't Micron already announce a 128Gbit single chip a few weeks ago?

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