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double-o-nothing
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re: Elpida claims it is first with 25-nm DRAM
double-o-nothing   5/22/2011 9:47:48 AM
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Even for 6F2, looks like they need double patterning in both x and y directions.

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re: Elpida claims it is first with 25-nm DRAM
getty   5/3/2011 12:53:58 AM
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Anyone who has heard the rumor if the cell is 4F2 or not?

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re: Elpida claims it is first with 25-nm DRAM
resistion   5/2/2011 3:44:17 PM
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It's a decent accomplishment, especially if it is a 4F^2 cell, making it comparable to NAND. But trying to compete directly with Samsung is a painful game.



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