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Fujitsu FRAM targets industrial, factory, and low-power applications

7/22/2011 07:16 PM EDT
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Seaside
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re: Fujitsu FRAM targets industrial, factory, and low-power applications
Seaside   7/26/2011 3:37:43 PM
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RE: archaic densities. You’re right if we compare this to NAND for today’s high volume consumer applications even if we include Fujitsu’s 1M that is also listed on their website. But what about power consumption, endurance, and speed? FRAM demand depends on how fast the volume grows for hi-rel mobile apps. IMO this was more about the intro of the .18micron process. Cost/performance of charge storage technologies at sub-20nm is also TBD.

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re: Fujitsu FRAM targets industrial, factory, and low-power applications
resistion   7/23/2011 8:54:43 AM
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These densities are archaic.

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