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warp
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re: What's after NAND?
warp   1/26/2011 3:28:56 PM
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Try ReRAM, it's going to be big. http://nextbigfuture.com/2010/08/p-collaborates-with-hynix-to-bring.html

resistion
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re: What's after NAND?
resistion   1/25/2011 2:30:39 PM
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ECC not just for NAND.1x crosstalk is the issue.

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re: What's after NAND?
shmuellevy   1/24/2011 4:36:16 PM
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The near optimal ECC for the 1X nanometer NAND process node is available now. Check it out www.densbits.com

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re: What's after NAND?
resistion   1/22/2011 2:59:08 PM
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NAND can't scale below the ONO thickness of 17-18 nm plus the silicon thickness of at least few nm. But that is where NAND is now. To go 3d to expand capacity has yield and ECC consequences which may offset the economic benefit.

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re: What's after NAND?
Sanjib.A   1/20/2011 5:42:11 PM
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I think, about a month back, we were discussing about the future of the NAND memories. Some believe that, the year 2011 is going to be the year of NAND memories. Is there any estimated time frame, by when the memories using newer technologies (such as MRAM, PCM etc.) are going to take place of the conventional memory technologies?



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