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April 6th, 2004
Toshiba, Sandisk develop 4Gb flash memory
The new chip can store 4Gb (512KB) of data and the companies said they are also working on a second new chip that contains two of the 4Gb chips inside a single case for what is effectively an 8Gb (1GB) flash memory chip. Production will be handled by Flash Vision Japan, a joint-venture between Toshiba and Sandisk, using a 90-nanometer production process, they said.
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