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Toshiba's 15-nm process hints at 100Gbit NAND chips: 6x current densities

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
December 13, 2007
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We won't pretend to be experts in NAND fabrication so we'll keep this short. Toshiba just showed their 15-nm processes which allows for the production of 100Gbit NAND flash chips in 4 years time. That is, if they can develop the technology for manufacturing -- no easy task. Compare that to those 16Gbit chips manufactured from 50-nm and 52-nm processes due for release next year, and you'll understand why physicists are in such a tizzy over the announcement.

[Via Impress and The Inquirer]



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