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Old 13th December 2010, 10:27   #1
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Default How a .07-second Power Cut Killed Memory Chips

Toshiba experienced a 0.07-second power outage at one of its NAND memory production plants. Normally a blip like that might even go unnoticed, but for Toshiba, it was a huge deal that essentially set back memory production for months.

The Japanese company estimates that the slight power blip could set back memory production by 20 percent through February. Given Toshiba's big position in the memory supply chain, this means that the single outage could cause a 7.5 percent drop in worldwide shipments, according to the Wall Street Journal.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/mem...l#xtor=RSS-181
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