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Micron launches dense 128-Gbit NAND flash

2/15/2013 11:06 AM EST
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vshadan
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vshadan   2/19/2013 4:42:59 PM
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I would like to get some idea of reliabilities etc.

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resistion   2/18/2013 3:00:40 PM
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I agree it's odd but the paper presents that way. Maybe the TLC reliability is as expected. Still, didn't even get any ECC assurance. I assume there will be or this is for really error-tolerant products. The FG interference curve was also presented ominously enough.

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Phononscattering   2/18/2013 2:45:25 PM
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resistion, can you elaborate further on that? It would seem to be an odd thing to question the product reliability at a conference while released the product at the same time.

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resistion   2/18/2013 6:23:30 AM
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Well, the takeaway message from Micron's paper seems to be don't do TLC at 20 nm and don't scale any lower.

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eewiz   2/16/2013 5:26:39 AM
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Its 128Gbit ie 16Gbyte Too less to fit in my data .. I probably have 50GB of Songs/Videos alone.

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resistion   2/16/2013 1:47:03 AM
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So they seek to overtake SanDisk 19 nm 128 Gb using TLC. This year will 16 nm happen?

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ScottenJ   2/15/2013 5:04:16 PM
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iniewski, apparently you and I have very different data collections. I recently had to switch from a 1.5 Terabyte hard drive for backup to a 3.0 Terabyte hard drive because my data wouldn't fit on the 1.5 Terabyte drive.

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krisi   2/15/2013 3:45:36 PM
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Amazing, everything you own digitally can be stored on one chip (unless you are hording more bits than you will ever use)...When do we expect to see 1 Terabit memory?

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