com Silicon chip company Intel Corporation (Nasadq: INTC) and Micron Technology Inc (NYSE:MU), a provider of advanced semiconductor solutions, introduced on Thursday (29 May) the industry's first sub-40nm NAND memory device, unveiling a 34nm 32Gb multi-level cell chip.
What does MLC stand for?
MLC stands for Multi-Level Cell
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13-micron process and use Renesas Technology's proven AG-AND multi-level cell design(2).
Hitachi Ltd has found itself a ready-made memory technology, in the form of multi-level cell Flash memory (MLC) patents which it has licensed from BTG, a UK patents broker for an undisclosed sum.
Both companies are sampling 4 gigabit 50nm devices now, with plans to produce a range of products, including multi-level cell NAND technology, starting next year.
msystems (NASDAQ:FLSH), a leader in smart personal storage, today announced that the company's mDOC is to provide handset vendors designing with Freescale's MXC300-30 3G platform access to cost-effective multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash in an easy-to-integrate, power-efficient, high-density, bootable storage solution.
Building upon years of innovation and experience with embedded flash drives (EFDs) empowered by its patented TrueFFS(R) flash management software, msystems introduced the first NAND-based embedded solution to the mobile market in 2001, creating a whole new market category, which the company leads through an impressive list of "firsts," including: the first EFD for code and data storage; the first multi-level cell (MLC) NAND-based EFD; and, most recently, through its mDOC H3 product, which is the first bootable, plug-and-play, multiple source EFD.
Combined with advanced process technology and multi-level cell technology, this expansion is expected to allow the companies to further enhance their competitiveness and secure continued leadership in the NAND flash memory market.
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