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Good old Samsung and its obsession with thinness. After finally letting its 30nm 32Gb NAND chips out of the bag in May, the Korean memory maker has now successfully halved the thickness of its octa-die memory package to a shockingly thin 0.6mm (or 0.02 inches). The new stacks will start out at a 32...

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November 6, 2009 at 8:19AM
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The dense just keep getting denser -- er, something like that. Anywho, those who just love talking about fabrication technologies over tea and crumpets will adore what Toshiba's boasting: a new family of 43-nanometer SLC NAND flash products. The 16-member crew will range in density from 512Mbits t...

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A representative from Samsung today revealed that Sony plans to ship 20 million PSP units in 2006. Hwang Chang Gyu, head of the Korean company’s semiconductor division, was part of an equally large serving of news last year when he announced during a press conference that both companies were e...

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An article released yesterday from news source Bloomberg reported that Sony is currently chatting Samsung up about increasing their purchase of flash chips from the Korean company. The deal, which appears to be even bigger than the one Apple Computer struck with Samsung recently, could account for o...

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