And it will live longer too – Intel’s announced move to 65nm NOR Flash to will allow support for longer product life cycles – which in the embedded market is vital.NOR Flash it a type of Flash memory the can execute programs directly from the Flash – this makes it particularly suitable as a type of memory in devices that do processing such as cell phones etc… NAND Flash on the other had behaves a bit more like a general storage medium – which is why you will find it in larger quantities in places like your iPod. 65nm Flash basically means faster, better, denser, cheaper in more products such as mobile phones and as well as other comsumer electronics devices one doesn’t normally associate with Flash consumption such as printers, DVD players and TV’s. Expect to see such fantastic Flash in products next year.
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