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2002-06-16 Welcoming a new era in CMOS imaging
CMOS sensors and other imaging solutions are finding way into a diverse range of digital imaging applications.
2005-11-24 Toshiba to license Samsung flash, says analyst
Toshiba Corp. is about to license OneNAND flash memory technology from Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd in a move that could sour relations between Toshiba and M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd.
2005-11-25 Toshiba denies OneNAND plans, backs M-Systems
Toshiba Corp. has denied that is considering or has any plans to license OneNAND flash memory technology from South Korean chipmaker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and has reiterated its support for M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd.
2008-05-16 What's the best flash memory flavor for your design?
The embedded systems industry has been waiting for "universal memory" to come along. This article discusses the various flavors of NAND and NOR flash memory that may be the suitable to your design needs.
2006-05-01 NAND flash moves into new markets
While NOR-type flash will continue to be used in hundreds of systems to store boot-up code, market research firms report that it is NAND flash that is growing fast, in turn driving growth in the IC industry.
2006-08-16 6th ESC-Taiwan gathers world's leading embedded tool vendors
Design engineers in Taiwan will be treated to an array of leading-edge technologies as the world's major embedded tool suppliers gather to showcase their products at the 6th Embedded Systems Conference-Taiwan.
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.
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