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6/3/2011 08:25 AM EDT
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re: Samsung's 27-nm NAND flash in pictures
NAND_analyst   6/4/2011 1:36:48 AM
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I have no idea what your people at UBM are talking about. Sanjay Mehrota, CEO of Sandisk, said this in their Q1 CC: "Switching gears to manufacturing. The 24-nanometer technology, utilizing both 2-bits-per-cell and 3-bits-per-cell architectures, continues to ramp well, and we expect it will account for the majority of our captive output in the second half of this year." http://seekingalpha.com/article/264950-sandisk-s-ceo-discusses-q1-2011-results-earnings-call-transcript Which means that Sandisk and Toshiba are also outputting at 24nm now (FYI, they began last Oct-Nov). Toshiba has said that they will begin the transition to 19nm in July, although 19nm won't be a majority of the output until 2012.

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re: Samsung's 27-nm NAND flash in pictures
resistion   6/3/2011 9:18:00 PM
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Does Samsung plan to shrink beyond Toshiba Sandisk 19 nm in next two years?

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