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|19th May 2010, 17:26||#1|
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Intel Confirms 25nm NAND Flash in Mass Production, Heralds New SSD Generation
Intel Corporation has confirmed that its Intel-Micron Flash Technologies (IMFT) co-venture has begun mass production of their breakthrough 25nm NAND flash memory. Intel has already started shipping the new chips in volume to its customers.
IMFT first showed off its 25nm chip samples to DailyTech and a select few in January, and an official announcement was made in February.
Intel and Micron are both expected to use NAND flash chips from the 25nm node in a new generation of solid state drives. Intel is also working on a new NAND flash controller that will support ONFI 2.2 and new capacities, with 300GB and 600GB models expected. Support for 6Gbps SATA is also likely, but has not yet been confirmed. Indilinx's next-generation Jet Stream controller is also supposed to support the new chips.
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