Friday, April 15, 2011

Intel introduce new comer 22nm NAND Flash Technology

Intel almost always stay in front in all technology. They can compete in computer hardware, tablet, and also for smartphone they don’t want lose too. Intel Corporation and Micron Technology Inc. has already announced that both of then introduced new NAND Flash 22nm process technology. This new 20nm process can produce up to 8-gigabyte multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash device, providing a high capacity, small form factor storage for saving all data such as music, document, file, database, picture etc.
This NAND Flash measures 118mm2 and enables a 30 to 40 percent of reduction form. This can be useful and can add more extra space for the other things such as larger screen, larger camera and larger facilities. The most important here is when there’s an extra space it can used to add more battery form, so the lifetime of the battery to serve the phone or etc can increase well.
This NAND flash will be in mass production about in a half of 2011. This NAND flash also will come up with bigger amount of data that is 16 GB up to 128 GB. So we just need to wait and see what Intel can do for this kind of sector.
So, for the final thoughts we as the consumer of their market really expect this NAND flash will have much larger amount of data and also has cheap price. And we also expect it will have better performance than SSD even in low cost.


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