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2006-12-04 TSMC, SMIC increase flash efforts
TSMC and SMIC are reportedly increasing their efforts to raise their flash memory market shares
2007-03-01 Toshiba, SanDisk ship 'highest-density' NAND
Toshiba co-developed with SanDisk a 16Gbit NAND flash memory fabricated in 56nm process technology, said to be the highest-density single-chip NAND flash memory yet achieved
2007-05-02 Samsung makes 'densest' NAND flash at 51nm
Samsung Electronics has begun mass producing what it claims is the densest NAND flash in the world, using 51nm process technology, the finest process to be used in memory mass production to date
2006-07-19 Samsung delays 8Gbit NAND, quietly developing 4-bit/cell
Samsung Electronics delayed the shipment of its 8Gbit NAND flash part, while the company is also quietly developing a new 4-bit-per-cell NAND technology, according to American Technology Research.
2004-09-23 Samsung claims 8Gb flash, 2Gb DRAM success
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd said Sept. 20 that it has developed an 8Gb NAND flash memory using a 60nm manufacturing process and a 2Gb DDR2 synchronous DRAM utilizing an 80nm process technology
2006-11-24 Saifun, SMIC extend partnership to 8Gbit flash
Saifun Semiconductors has teamed with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. to develop and make 8Gbit Data flash, which the partners anticipate will be available by 2008
2006-02-24 iSuppli: NAND glut to depress DRAM prices
The current surplus of NAND flash memory is expected to negatively impact prices of DRAM devices in the near future, according to iSuppli
2006-07-27 Intel, Micron start sampling 50nm NAND flash
Intel and Micron Technology are sampling a 4Gbit NAND flash memory fabricated in a 50nm process technology, disclosed Micron
2006-07-24 8Gbit NAND flash starts mass production
Samsung has announced the mass production of an 8Gbit NAND flash memory device, promising a much larger and more affordable storage density for consumer and mobile applications.
2010-06-11 STT-RAM geared to displace DRAM, flash
Grandis Inc. has updated its STT-RAM roadmap with some ambitious efforts in mind: It hopes to replace DRAM, and eventually, NAND, with its next-generation MRAM
2006-12-06 ST completes NAND flash transition to 70nm
STMicroelectronics announced full availability of its entire NAND Flash memory family in 70nm process technology
2008-09-04 Spansion to incorporate NAND flash to handsets
Spansion will begin sampling later this year its Ornand2 MirrorBit technology-based NAND devices to handset manufacturers
2008-09-05 Slump in DRAM, NAND flash prices lingers
DRAM and NAND flash contract prices continued to slide in August, reported Gartner Inc. NAND flash prices across all densities fell because of weak demand, high inventory and oversupply
2007-03-23 SanDisk, Hynix ink NAND joint venture project
SanDisk Corp. and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. are planning a joint venture to develop flash memories and NAND memory systems based on four-bit-per-cell x4 flash technology
2008-07-22 Samsung, Sun tie up to enable flash drive stability
Samsung Electronics has worked with server maker Sun Microsystems to develop a new 8Gbit single-level-cell design for computer servers that it claims increases the number of read/write cycles for NAND flash memory chips five-fold.
2005-01-12 Samsung to boost flash bit growth by 140% in '05
Looking to maintain its lead in flash-memory, South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd plans to boost its overall bit rate production for these devices by 140 percent in 2005
2006-07-18 Samsung builds 4Gbit NAND at 65nm
Samsung's 4Gbit NAND flash is the first standalone memory to be manufactured at the 65nm node
2008-05-08 Report: NAND flash glut turns for the worse in Q1
Impacted by the subprime mortgage crisis in the United States and the slow season, oversupply of NAND flash worsened in Q1 08, reported DRAMeXchange
2007-03-07 NAND spot pricing on the rise, says analyst
Spot prices for NAND flash memory chips have begun to trend upward against contract pricing for the first time since January, according to an analyst with Pacific Growth Equities LLC
2008-04-15 NAND spot prices up, oversupply persists
We have good news and bad news for NAND flash suppliers. Good news: Prices have increased in recent days. Bad news: Don't look for a NAND upturn
2007-03-16 NAND prices plunge to the pits
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by a whopping 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity
2007-02-07 NAND prices continue to drop due to oversupply
Prices for NAND flash memory chips are projected to crater this year, tumbling by 65 percent and prompting whispers that this once high-margin technology could soon become a nearly free commodity
2007-03-23 NAND flash up in March
The NAND flash market seems to be getting out of the gutter with a growth in prices seen for a majority of multi-level cell NAND flash, according to a Digitimes report
2009-02-19 NAND flash recovery underway
NAND flash prices may be going up but it does not guarantee that a recovery is underway
2008-07-11 NAND flash pushes beyond 10MBps
NAND flash density has already reached 16Gbit per die and beyond with 2bit/cell multilevel-cell (MLC) technology but program performance has remained in the 10MBps range
2009-07-01 Memory vendors kick off NAND scaling race
The Intel-Micron duo, Samsung and Toshiba are racing each other for bragging rights in terms of NAND scaling leadership
2008-02-06 Intel, Micron co-develop 'fastest' NAND flash tech
Intel and Micron Technology have unveiled a high-speed NAND flash memory technology that is touted to enhance the access and transfer of data in devices that use silicon for storage
2007-06-26 Flash memory supports SLC, MLC on same chip
Toshiba Corp. and Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. has unveiled a new series of embedded NAND flash memories for mobile phones offering both a configurable single-level cell (SLC) memory area and a multilevel cell (MLC) memory area
2006-09-12 50nm NAND flash tightens market competition
In getting this new device to the market, IM Flash Technologies (IMFT) has leapfrogged leading flash vendors Toshiba and Samsung in process technology. And it has gained an advantage in the NAND flash sector that's invaluable in this cost-sensitive marketplace
2009-08-17 Micron: NAND scaling to continue
Brian Shirley, VP of Micron Technology Inc.'s memory group offers a differentand upbeatviewpoint about the future of NAND memory
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