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Sandisk to ship 15nm memory this year.

The SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash storage solutions, today announced the availability of its 15nm technology, the most advanced NAND flash process node in the world.



Read more on Sandisk's 15nm flash here.

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Ooh, thats exciting. Is this the smallest flash manufacturing process so far?
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Ooh, thats exciting. Is this the smallest flash manufacturing process so far?
Until now i believe the smallest was 19nm. With process nodes getting smaller the durability of the nand decreases, Sandisk say the durability is the same as their previous node but that remains to be seen.

this is why Samsung, a competing nand producer, has gone doen the v-nand route. Toshiba/Sandisk plan to follow suit over the next 2 years.
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Until now i believe the smallest was 19nm. With process nodes getting smaller the durability of the nand decreases, Sandisk say the durability is the same as their previous node but that remains to be seen.

this is why Samsung, a competing nand producer, has gone doen the v-nand route. Toshiba/Sandisk plan to follow suit over the next 2 years.
Alright cool, thanks
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