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December 2nd, 2003
SST, Powerchip team up to take 'SuperFlash' to 65-nm
Non-volatile memory developer Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) has teamed up with Taiwanese DRAM maker Powerchip Semiconductor Corp. to develop a third generation of SST's SuperFlash memory, the company said Monday (Dec. 1). The self-aligned, third-generation SuperFlash cell is being based on a 110-nanometer manufacturing process at Powerchip with plans to scale it down to 90-nm and 65-nm production nodes.
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