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Thomas McCormick
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re: Spansion sampling single-level cell NAND for embedded apps
Thomas McCormick   5/24/2012 11:13:08 PM
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It is indeed great to see Spansion in the NAND business. SLC memory at less aggressive lithographies to focus on the reliability and lifetime demands of embedded applications is a welcome addition to the marketplace.

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re: Spansion sampling single-level cell NAND for embedded apps
DMac   5/24/2012 6:05:07 PM
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I posed this question to Spansion and heard back that the 8 Gb solutions are dual die.

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re: Spansion sampling single-level cell NAND for embedded apps
EFosters   5/24/2012 3:57:21 PM
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It is great to have Spansion in the NAND business. We are currently using a Samsung device with two 4Gb dies in a TSOP package (with one CE), but are very concerned about obsolescence. We've run into issues in the past too with EOLs on 512 Mb and 1 Gb NAND. Does anyone know if the 8 Gb device is monolithic or dual die?



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