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February 20th, 2004

Intel details first 90-nm flash device

Abstract:
Intel is using today's (Feb. 19) Intel Developer Forum as a stage to unveil details on its first flash memory device developed in its 90-nm process node. Interest in moving memory and processor architectures to 90-nm technology has been a hot item in the communication sector, especially in the wireless handset market where designers are continually trying to fit more functionality in smaller and smaller system footprints.

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