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8/12/2013 11:55 AM EDT
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krisi
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Seagate 3 level
krisi   8/12/2013 2:55:56 PM
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3 level storage for Seagate sounds really ambitious...not much VDD room to accomplish this...would anyone knw any details of this technology? Kris

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Re: Seagate 3 level
BrianBailey   8/12/2013 3:15:37 PM
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Both Samsung and Micron have already announced 3 - bits per cell technology, so while I dont know too many details about the Seagate effort, this cannot be considered cutting edge technmology (well, maybe just a little).

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Re: Seagate 3 level
krisi   8/12/2013 3:57:33 PM
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thank you Brian...if anyone can offer some links on this technology I would love to educate myself more

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eASIC & Seagate
docdivakar   8/12/2013 4:59:41 PM
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Seems like this is a strategic investment for Seagate, perhaps leading to acquisition at a later stage. Perhaps something will be discussed more about this at Flash Memory Summit tomorrow?

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Re: eASIC & Seagate
BrianBailey   8/12/2013 5:56:25 PM
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@Docdivakar - I will keep my eyes and ears open and if you hear something please let us know.

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