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Old 20th August 2010, 15:46   #1
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Default Intel, Micron present 25nm TLC NAND flash

The market for flash memory is hotter than ever and the development is moving forward at an almost unhealthy pace, both to increase capacity and performance, but also to lower costs. Intel and Micron has now presented a great leap in flash-based storage, namely TLC-NAND or Tripel Level Cell.

TLC simply means that each memory cell can store three bits of data instead of two (MLC) or one (SLC). Together with 25nm manufacturing technology these new memories will be capable of much higher capacities at the same cost as previous technologies. This will contribute to lower manufacturing costs and in the end lower prices for us, the buyers.

http://www.nordichardware.com/news/7...and-flash.html
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