--NAND flash preps for 4 bits per cell--
Single-chip 16-Gbit MLC NAND flash devices from 50-nanometer-classprocesses were introduced in the first half of 2007.http://newsletter.embedded.com/cgi-bin4/DM/y/eBFuD0FyTZ10FrY0FhNF0Ef
--NAND to scale for several years--
NAND flash is projected to scale at least for another five or soyears, pushing out the need for next-generation or universal memorytechnologies.http://newsletter.embedded.com/cgi-bin4/DM/y/eBFuD0FyTZ10FrY0FSzc0EX
--16-Gbit MLC NAND flash weighs in--
To meet increasing demand for more digital storage, leading flashmemory manufacturers are touting their latest single-chip 16-Gbit MLCNAND flash devices. Earlier this year, Toshiba announced a 16-Gbit MLCNAND flash manufactured in the 56-nm process node. Samsung, meanwhile,introduced a 16-Gbit MLC NAND flash using a 51-nm process, a half aprocess node ahead of Toshiba's.http://newsletter.embedded.com/cgi-bin4/DM/y/eBFuD0FyTZ10FrY0FhNG0Eg
New home for BeagleBoard.org blog - I've moved this blog to http://beagleboard.org/blog. It just seems like an easier place to find it. I'm also going to try to start being more consistent wi...
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