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Apple's iPad to dominate NAND use in tablets through 2015

3/13/2012 06:47 PM EDT
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markhahn0
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re: Apple's iPad to dominate NAND use in tablets through 2015
markhahn0   3/14/2012 10:13:06 PM
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weird premise to this article. wouldn't it be more interesting to look at ipad flash consumption as a fraction of ALL flash? that is, include SSD, USB, SD, CF, and all the other embedded flash uses, not just "non-iPad tablet"? otherwise, isn't the article just a rehashed version of someone's predictions of Apple's tablet market share?

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eewiz   3/14/2012 2:51:41 AM
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if i am not wrong, the company that Apple acquired deals with Flash data integrity . so it may not have any major impact on the quantity itself

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_hm   3/14/2012 1:33:00 AM
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Apple also has recently acquired Flash IP vendor in Israel. They will innovatively integrate this into their new products. Will this impact Apple's usage on NAND Flash?

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