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hank.carey
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re: The Future of NOR flash memory
hank.carey   5/3/2011 5:21:17 PM
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Posted article was truncated. From the concluding sentence: "...pin count interfaces, long product life cycles and superior..."

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tb1   5/2/2011 11:05:06 PM
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NAND parts typically don't come with a 16 bit bus and their bus rate is typically slower than the NOR parts. So the comparison seems to take these differences into account.

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nosubject   5/2/2011 8:29:44 PM
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In the last comparison, 100MHz NOR bus rate (16b bus) 50MHz NAND bus rate (8b bus) Why don't use the same freq and bus width to do comparison?

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cdhmanning   5/2/2011 7:02:02 PM
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Read, read, read... No mention of write. Has NOR write time improved or is it as bad as it always has been?

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resistion   5/2/2011 3:26:51 PM
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Good to see an assertion of NOR applications. But is the market size large enough to drive any significant usage changes?

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JanineLove   5/2/2011 12:45:45 PM
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Spansion will be presenting a version of this paper this week at ESC. If you have any questions for the author, feel free to post a comment below.

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