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April 14th, 2003

Making the First 4-Megabit Silicon Nancrystal Memory Device

Abstract:
Motorola Inc. has demonstrated the world's first 4-megabit memory device based on silicon nanocrystals. The fully functional 4 Mb test chip represents a major milestone in the search for successors to floating gate-based flash memories, which many believe won't continue to scale to smaller geometries.

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