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Old 2nd February 2010, 10:47   #1
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Default An Inside Look at Intel and Micron 25nm Flash Memory Production

Intel and Micron have jointly announced a die shrink of their flash memory. What used to be so-called '2x nm' flash as a future stepping stone is now officially 25nm. This puts the joint effort significantly ahead of the competition in terms of die shrink and capacity. PCPer was invited along with a select group out to Lehi, Utah for an exclusive look at this new technology in the making.

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