Interesting News, Samsung announces 40nm 32gb Flash Card
Saw this post today on TGdaily's news site covering samsung's new
addition to it's compact flash line. The company today announced it's
most recent development. The future of technology is looking as
interesting as ever!
"The company today announced the first 40 nm, 32 Gb(it) chip, which
will enable memory card manufacturers to assemble 64 GB SD or Compact
Flash cards - which could store 64GB card can store over 64 hours of
DVD resolution movies or more than 15,000 MP3 music files. Key to the
capacity increase is a new approach that Samsung calls "charge trap
technology." Compared to the currently manufactured NAND flash - which
was introduced by Toshiba in 1989 - uses a metal single-gate structure
that is significantly smaller than the usual poly-silicon dual-gate.
Samsung claims that the technology will allow the manufacturing of 256
Gb chips in 20 nm, while dual-gate flash chips will top out at 16 Gb
and around 50 nm."
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