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|26th November 2009, 09:51||#1|
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SSD to flourish with 20nm chips?
NAND flash prices will be driven down significantly in 2011, when major chip suppliers progress to 20nm-class processes, according to industry players and observers from Taiwan and China. They do not expect solid state drives (SSDs) to achieve deep penetration in the PC market until 2011.
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