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6/5/2012 06:58 AM EDT
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re: SanDisk sampling 19-nm embedded NAND
resistion   6/6/2012 1:47:36 AM
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There were reports of 15 or 16 nm from Hynix and Samsung, but don't know when or if they'll go there.

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resistion   6/6/2012 1:36:46 AM
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They share the fab cost with Toshiba. But it's Toshiba responsible for the process. Sandisk responsible for a lot of the design.

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re: SanDisk sampling 19-nm embedded NAND
Doc Jones   6/5/2012 11:31:41 PM
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SanDisk has a Fab in Japan

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yalanand   6/5/2012 6:25:26 PM
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45-megabyte per second sequential write and 100 MB/sec read speeds is pretty impressive. Sandisk has done a very impressive job of implementing NAND flash implemented at 19-nm. Who is the closest rival to Sansdisk ?

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resistion   6/5/2012 5:20:40 PM
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It's really Toshiba's 19 nm process, Sandisk is fabless.

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sunny565   6/5/2012 3:51:16 PM
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Good job, Sandisk!

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