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re: Samsung takes NAND memory below 20-nm
collin0   11/22/2012 2:18:00 PM
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Samsung has very powerful abilify of producing hardware by itsself. In China, there is no company making consumer electronic products could compare with Samsung, even Lenovo. I personally admire Samsung very much. Because it not only provide good proucts, but also have good statidy to develop global market.

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re: Samsung takes NAND memory below 20-nm
resistion   11/20/2012 12:18:42 PM
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I'll guess we'll know what 'x' is when Chipworks does the reverse engineering.



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