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December 9th, 2003

Motorola speeds the move to nanocrystal flash

Motorola Inc.'s Semiconductor Products Sector has accelerated plans for nanocrystal flash, a form of flash memory that analysts said could extend flash scaling at least to the 45-nanometer node. Motorola engineers are beginning to design nanocrystal memories that can be embedded with microcontrollers, which Motorola annually ships by the tens of millions, said Bruce White, manager of the advanced-materials and memory group.


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