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holoway
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holoway   11/18/2011 1:34:37 PM
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Very nice article. You write about asynchronous NAND flash interface with EZ NAND. At first - I`m not engineer, no high school degree in technics (only economic), but I read about solid state discs and their NAND flash. Lower cost NAND are asynchronous (working with ONFI 1.0), higher cost NAND are synchronous (working with ONFI 2.x). Synchronous working like DDR - better speed. So the question is: are EZ NAND memories (ONFI 2.3a, resp. 3.0) support asynchronous interface and that`s the thing why they are lower speeds than synchronous NAND? Thaks for "user" answer.

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Thom.Denholm   11/8/2011 10:13:47 PM
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This is really an excellent summary; my response is at http://blog.datalight.com/ez-nand-compared-to-emmc

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AVIDAN AKERIB   8/28/2011 10:14:07 AM
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Great Article Doug Dr. Avidan Akerib

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Shamree   8/26/2011 4:18:55 PM
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The design challenges for memory chip designers is ever increasing. This article makes some great points. For more information on the 2012 design challenges from Jedec board memeber in a free video series visit Agilent. www.agilent.com/find/memory_whatisnext

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John.Taylor_#4   8/19/2011 4:24:15 PM
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Great article Doug, very helpful for systems architecting!

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resistion   8/19/2011 1:08:38 AM
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ECC will become more complicated (and costly) in the future, embedding it with flash will reduce the cost effectiveness of producing the overall chip.

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JanineLove   8/19/2011 12:37:26 AM
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What do you think? Is NAND performance what you need it to be for your designs? Sound off below.

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