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April 1st, 2004
Samsung to double flash capacity, debuts 90-nm NAND
Looking to extend its lead in flash memory, South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. plans to double its flash capacity and has begun shipping its first NAND part based on a new 90-nm process technology. On the product front, Samsung has begun shipping a 2-gigabit NAND device, built around the 90-nm process, said Tom Quinn, vice president of memory sales and marketing for the company's U.S unit, Samsung Semiconductor Inc., based in San Jose.
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