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2004-04-13 Toshiba rolls out first 4Gb single-die MLC NAND flash unit
Toshiba has disclosed that it has introduced the semiconductor industry's first 4Gb single-die, multi-level cell, NAND flash memory.
2007-12-14 Toshiba debuts SSDs with MLC NAND flash
Toshiba and TAEC announced their entry into the emerging market for NAND-flash-based solid-state drives with a series of products featuring multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory.
2009-04-15 Server flash drives welcome MLC
SandForce Inc. aims to be the first company with a controller supporting multilevel cell (MLC) flash chips for solid-state drives used in servers. By using MLC chips, the SF-1500 paves the way to lower cost and higher density drives server makers want.
2008-02-05 Samsung intros 128Gbyte MLC flash-based SSDs
Samsung Electronics has announced MLC flash-based 128Gbyte SSDs that will be produced in 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch versions for notebook and desktop PCs, as well as other mobile applications.
2008-06-02 Samsung delivers 2.5-inch, MLC-based SSD with SATA II interface
Samsung Electronics has developed a 2.5-inch, 256GByte multi-level cell (MLC) based solid-state drive (SSD) using a SATA II interface.
2007-10-26 Samsung debuts 64Gbit MLC NAND flash memory
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed the world's first 64Gbit multilevel cell NAND flash memory chipusing 30nm-class process technology.
2013-11-06 Non-linear cost compression algorithm for MLC memory
Using the algorithm, Hanyang University researchers demonstrated an energy/latency minimisation framework for MLC memory that consists of size compression and cost compression.
2010-09-27 MLC, eMLC, SLC 2.5in SSDs store up to 400GB
Viking launches line of enterprise-class SAS SSDS
2015-05-05 MLC PCM leapfrogs resistance drift, temperature hurdles
Researchers at IBM have found a way to tackle the phenomenon of resistance drift and the impact of temperature, which has been a barrier to multilevel-cell phase-change memory.
2009-02-18 MLC NOR flash in 45nm now sampling
Numonyx BV is now sampling its multilevel cell (MLC) NOR flash memory products made using a 45nm process technology. The company claimed its 45nm products are the "most advanced" NOR flash memories in the market.
2008-05-01 MLC adds muscle to NAND
As solid-state drives change the way data is stored, several major memory chip vendors are applying their multilevel-cell technology prowess to this burgeoning market, helping to bring the NAND-based storage architecture forward, particularly for mobile electronics.
2015-10-30 Flash storage: 3D TLC NAND to beat MLC (Part 2)
In the first instalment of this series, we discuss alternate methods to increase density, as well as how a new innovation addresses SSD challenges surprisingly well.
2015-10-27 Flash storage: 3D TLC NAND to beat MLC (Part 1)
In the first instalment of this series, we look into the advantages as well as challenges associated with solid state drives (SSDs).
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
2010-10-12 Chips bring reliability to MLC-based SSDs
SSD controllers and processors from SandForce claim to maintain enterprise reliability and duty cycles of MLC-based SSDs while cutting cost.
2009-03-17 Chip combines MLC, memory controller
Micron Technology Inc. has rolled out its high-density portfolio of block-abstracted (BA) NAND flash memory, a single-package solution that combines multilevel cell (MLC) NAND with a memory controller.
2009-10-23 34nm MLC NAND touts improved data transfer rates
Micron offers a 34nm MLC enterprise NAND device that provides a cost-effective way to reliably double their flash-based enterprise storage capacity.
2010-03-26 25nm MLC NAND breaks scaling barriers
While most pundits have speculated that NAND has hit the wall, IM Flash Technologies continued their aggressive path scaling with the 25nm 8Gbyte, 2bit/cell MLC NAND.
2008-10-02 256Gbyte SSDs with MLC ready for market debut
Toshiba has enhanced its line up of NAND-flash-based SSD with the addition of a 256Gbyte model and the launch of small-sized flash modules.
2005-07-01 Using multilevel cell NAND flash technology in consumer applications
Multilevel cell NAND flash memories surpass data-storage performance requirements in today's digital consumer applications
2011-04-26 Toshiba-SanDisk overtake Intel-Micron in NAND process race
Outpacing the Intel-Micron duo, Toshiba and SanDisk have fabricated 2bit-per-cell, 64Gb NAND flash memory chips with 19nm process technology, thus enabling 8GB on a single chip.
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.
2014-11-04 The lowdown on manufacturing RRAM
Resistive memory technologies involving simple two-terminal devices can be incorporated into backend metal layers to provide an elegant solution for meeting density, capacity and cost challenges.
2008-05-16 Take your pick of NAND implementation
When considering the combination of requirements for a system's NAND budget, designers have several NAND implementation options, each with its own benefits and disadvantages.
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
2013-05-10 SSDs boast 3Gb/s Serial ATA support
The TDK SDG4A series can replace hard disc drives in industrial equipment and embedded devices, and promises high-speed performance, data reliability, storage lifespan, and data security.
2012-02-28 SSD targets enterprise storage apps
Smart Storage Systems' Optimus Ultra SAS SSD delivers read/write performance of 100K/60K IOPS, available in capacities ranging from 150GB to 1.2TB.
2010-11-23 SSD earns spot in IBM supercomputer
SMART Modular Technologies Inc.'s 2.5-inch Enterprise-grade MLC NAND flash solid state drive will be used in the planned IBM POWER7 high-performance supercomputer.
2004-09-14 SigmaTel GoChip controllers support Renesas, Toshiba
SigmaTel Inc. has disclosed that its STBD2011 GoChip USB flash drive controllers support Renesas Technology's MLC AG-AND and Toshiba Corp's MLC NAND flash, providing substantial improvements in storage density and system cost.
2013-04-08 Seasonal slump still haunts NAND flash markets
Chip contract prices for 64Gb and 128Gb MLC and TLC remained flat, whereas those for the 32Gb MLC and TLC products increased by approximately 6-7 per cent.
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