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Understanding and selecting higher performance NAND architectures

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JanineLove
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JanineLove   12/10/2010 12:48:05 PM
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@ece-professor: Contact me offline at editor@writesol.com and I'll see what I can do.

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AlunWang   12/10/2010 2:19:00 AM
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An overall analysis for the evolution of NAND in the near future, however, it seems that more focus is put with the standard from Toshiba.

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ece-professor   12/10/2010 12:35:46 AM
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Would it be possible to get a PDF version of this article?

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JanineLove   12/9/2010 9:45:49 PM
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There's been a lot of interest on the site for some back to basics articles, and I am on the look out for some new ones. In the meantime, thought this one from Toshiba seemed like something that might fit the bill.

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