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China Foundry Extends Embedded Memory Range

9/23/2013 11:26 AM EDT
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krisi
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0.18um or 0.13um
krisi   9/24/2013 5:20:30 PM
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non-volatile memory at 0.18um or 0.13um nodes??? sounds like 10 years old technology

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Non-Volatile Memories
Kinnar   9/24/2013 6:46:22 AM
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There is a very huge demand of Flash as non-volatile memories throughout the globe, but the other types of memories are very rarely used in newly designed devices now. Yes but still the old designs might be demanding it. So the demand of other than Flash memories will be on a declining curve.

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