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|12th September 2005, 16:20||#1|
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Flash memory closing in on hard drives?
Samsung has devloped a new computer flash technology with so much capacity it could replace mini hard drives in some PCs, the company said Monday.
South Korean-based Samsung said its latest NAND memory device has 16-gigabit density. That's twice the density of the 8-gigabit NAND memory developed last year by Samsung, Toshiba, Hitachi and others.....
That would be enough to store about 8,000 MP3 music files on a mobile device (about 680 hours worth of songs) or 20 movies (measuring 32 hours of high-resolution video footage), the company said.
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|12th September 2005, 16:31||#2|
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