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Flash chips push gigabyte envelope

Dec 21, 2004 — by Henry Kingman — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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A new line of Flash chips from M-Systems, due next year, will offer densities up to 1 gigabyte in a 12 x 18mm package. The H-Series chips will use MLC (multi-level cell) technology, will support Linux, and will target high-end music and video-centric mobile phones. Additionally, they will combine the benefits of NAND Flash cost/density along with NOR Flash ease-of-interfacing, according to M-Systems.

Read about M-Systems's H-Series chips at DeviceForge.com


 
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