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March 8th, 2004

Intel exec mulls what comes after five more years of flash

Abstract:
Flash memory, in its EPROM tunnel oxide and NAND variants, still has more than five years as the key mainstream non-volatile memory, but a race is on to find the memory technology that can scale to sub-45-nanometer manufacturing processes, according to Stefan Lai, vice president of the technology and manufacturing group at Intel Corp.

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