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SanDisk rolls 2Gb NAND Flash memory

Posted: 21 Mar 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:sandisk? nand flash memory? multi level cell? mlc technology?

SanDisk Corp. has introduced a 2Gb single-die NAND Flash memory device - twice the capacity of the company's previous NAND offerings.

Jointly developed with Toshiba Corp., the IC incorporates SanDisk's patented multi-level cell (MLC) technology and next-generation 0.137?m NAND Flash technology. MLC allows two bits of data to be stored in each memory cell, effectively doubling memory capacity.

The company also announced that two of the 2Gb device will be packaged in a single TSOP to produce a 4Gb NAND device.

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