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Old 03-11-06, 12:10 PM
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Samsung Develops 16-Chip Multi-Stack Package Technology

Samsung has announced that it's developed the industry's first process to enable production of a 16-chip multi-chip package of memory. Mmmm, can anyone say higher density! Innovative technology; care to comment?

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Old 03-11-06, 12:22 PM
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Wow amazing, about the thickness of a human cell that is incredible.
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Old 03-11-06, 06:27 PM
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Samsung really have come on in a big way over the last decade.

I can see the day when spinning hard drives are going to be out phased in preference to something along these lines. I mean they`re already adding gig after gig to the capable sizes.

It won`t take some bright spark long to go from 16 to 32.. and on and on..

Looks at old 486 450m hard drive - looks at 1g sd thingy,

Looks at old 486 450m hard drive - looks at 1g sd thingy,

Looks at old 486 450m hard drive - looks at 1g sd thingy,

Looks at old 486 450m hard drive - looks at 1g sd thingy,

Looks at old 486 450m hard drive - looks at 1g sd thingy,

The size of u`r finger-nail for goodness sake.
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