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Micron unveils 2Gb NAND flash memory products

Posted: 27 Dec 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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The growing demand for increased memory in mobile and mass storage applications makes NAND flash as one of the fastest-growing semiconductor segments. In response, Micron Technology Inc. shipped its first production 2Gb NAND flash memory products.

Targeted at flash cards, USB devices, mass storage devices and mobile applications, the new NAND flash memory devices are manufactured on a 90nm process technology, and are verified with major NAND controllers to be drop-in compatible with existing 2Gb NAND devices utilizing those controllers.

"To enable our customers to quickly ramp their product development, we're delivering the density, power dissipation, packaging, models, reference code and controller compatibility they require," said Achim Hill, Micron's senior director of mobile memory marketing. "With process migration plans from 90nm to 72nm and 58nm, our roadmap will continue to reflect the configurations, densities, packaging and tools to support our customers' next generation products."

The company is currently in volume production of its 2Gb NAND flash memory with increasing production volumes anticipated throughout 2005. To aid with product design, software reference code and simulation models are available on the company's website and subject to Micron's standard license terms.

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