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Re: What process node is their BiCS?
Martini Tech   5/25/2014 6:16:33 AM
I think they may be aiming at 15nm.

Toshiba has started a collaboration with Canon and Canon has acquired Molecular Imprints to develop a cost-effective solution for 15nm

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If they make it, Toshiba will use Canon technology for 15nm NAND 

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HangLai   5/23/2014 8:27:14 AM
I suspect we can build it better and cheaper in US than in Japan, like those by MU and Intel.  Eventually, US and China will win the race in manufacturing for NAND and DRAM.

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3D memory stack
wilber_xbox   5/23/2014 12:29:06 AM
Is it the result of the same effort that Sandisk had with IBM on the 3D stack?

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What process node is their BiCS?
geekmaster   5/22/2014 12:44:11 PM
I heard that Samsung VNAND is at 40nm node. What is Toshiba/Sandisk 3D NAND?

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No 2D capacity conversion
resistion   5/22/2014 10:51:01 AM
No 2d capacity in an office building!

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