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Micron serial NAND flash memory for embedded applications
Photo: Company [Dec 10, 2008]

Micron Technology has introduced a serial NAND flash memory technology for embedded applications, such as WiMAX devices, set-top boxes (STBs), printers and other industrial and automotive applications.

With chip density starting at 1Gb, Micron claims its serial NAND flash allows customers to cost-effectively extend their storage capacity beyond what is currently available with serial NOR flash.

The new serial NAND, running at 2.64 MB/s, utilizes the same package type as parallel NAND, acting as a transitional gateway for manufacturers to move from a serial into a parallel NAND interface.

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