An embedded multimedia card provides ultra-fast memory for next-gen smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. With a capacity of 64 GB, the Samsung eMMC Pro Class 1500 reads data sequentially at up to 140 MB/s and writes at up to 50 MB/s. The device can process up to 3500/1500 IOPS for random reading and writing—four times the speed of previous eMMCs.
The card uses Samsung’s 64-Gb NAND with a toggle DDR 2.0 interface based on the company's latest 20-nm-class process technology. The eMMC's fully managed NAND memory comes with its own high-performance controller and intelligent flash management firmware. The devices are available in two-, four-, and eight-die stacks with the largest capacity of 64 GB measuring 1.2-mm thick. The unit supports the latest JEDEC e-MMC v4.5 specification.
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