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SanDisk shipping memory cards with 64Gb X4 flash chips

Oct 14, 10:37

SanDisk has announced it is shipping flash memory cards based on the company's dubbed X4 flash memory technology, which holds four bits of data in each memory cell. The technology...

SanDisk X4 chip

Spansion says partnership with SMIC remains unchanged

Sep 2, 15:06

Spansion has claimed its foundry agreement with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) is still valid, though the schedule to ramp 65nm production at SMIC's...

Spansion production line

Toshiba to fully advance NAND flash to 43nm in 1Q09

Sep 25, 01:05

Toshiba is planning to advance all its NAND flash process technology to the 43nm node in the first quarter of 2009 and will phase out the current 56nm process in a bid to counter...

Analysis of China revised domestic semiconductor industry goals
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