Samsung comes to support that need. They started manufacturing their 1GB NAND flash memory chips using the 70nm technology. This kind of memory will be available to a wide variety of products ranging from digital cameras to mobile hard drives.
Samsung’s 70nm OneNAND fuses together the rapid boot-up and data-read functions of NOR flash memory, plus the high-capacity data storage and fast writing capabilities of NAND flash memory. The 70nm device is now designed into well over 100 mobile products, with new demand coming from market segments for digital cameras, set-top boxes and digital TVs. Last month, at the 3rd annual Samsung Mobile Solution Forum, Samsung also unveiled a high-speed memory card equipped with OneNAND.
Let’s look at some numbers:
While the original NAND had a sustained read speed of 16.2MB/sec and a sustained write speed of 8MB/sec, the 70nm OneNAND has a sustained read speed of 108MB/sec and a sustained write speed of 9.3MB/sec. All this means 70% more speed.
Samsung says that devices that take advantage of NAND flash memory technologies will be on the rise this year and will make a big impact in the market in 2007. If Samsung succeeds with its OneNAND push, sales will top $1 billion in sales in 2008 and surpass $1.5 billion by the year 2010. This means that Samsung hit the pot.
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