Samsung creates 20nm NAND Flash for use in memory cards



Samsung has announced the industry’s first 20nm-based NAND flash chips aimed to use in SD memory cards and embedded memory solutions. Samsung says memory cards based on this process tech give faster write and read speeds.

Samsung had created 30nm-based NAND flash a year before and today these 20nm MLC NAND touts to give 50 percent higher productivity than 30nm MLC NAND and has a read speed of 20MB/s whereas the write speed stood at around 10MB/s.

Samsung is currently sampling the cards to its customers and will be available in capacities ranging from 4GB to 64GB.


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