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Intel and Micron produce first 25-nanometer chips
Mass production is scheduled to start according to the company in the second quarter. The first products are expected in late 2010. The production costs fall, according to analysts of 1.26 euros to 0.36 euros per GB per GB dell inspiron b130 battery.
IM Flash Technologies, a joint venture between Intel and Micron, has started production of flash memory in 25-nanometer process. An Intel spokesman told PCWorld that the chips are sampling now. The mass production will begin according to the report in the second quarter. The first products could appear at the end of the year.
Market researcher Objective Analysis assumes that the new NAND flash chips IM Flash Technologies, a clear cost advantage over its competitors will bring. Analysts estimate the cost at $ 0.50 (0.36 euros) per gigabyte, compared to $ 1.75 (1.26 EUR) per GB for memory devices with a feature size of 45 nanometers.
The first 25-nanometer product of the joint venture is a NAND chip with 8 GB of memory. It supports the ONFI 2.2 specification (Open NAND Flash Interface), a throughput rate of up to 200 Mbit / s possible. Compared to previous generation also, the page size has been doubled from 4 KB to 8 KB.
As an operational area, that manufacturer primarily smart phones, Solid State Drives (SSD) and multimedia Playerdie can be built with this technology even more compact. It also reduces the power consumption.
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