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May 29th, 2006

ST sees phase-change memory in volume at 45-nm

STMicroelectronics is backing phase-change memory as the technology most likely to succeed flash memory, and could move its development work to volume manufacture in the 45-nm process generation. Volume production of a multigigabit phase change memory is expected to arrive at the 45- or 32-nm node, some time after 2008.


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