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re: Tough years seen ahead for NOR flash
elctrnx_lyf   2/24/2011 4:44:46 PM
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As per the IHS graph shown above there isn't huge decline in the NOR flash market. But it is clear that NAND is replacing NAND in many products since they are able to offer the spped and reliability of the NAND products in higher size and lower cost.

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re: Tough years seen ahead for NOR flash
EFosters   2/23/2011 5:20:37 AM
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From what I can see it is tough times for NOR in wireless outside of the low end in emerging markets like China and India.



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