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TechInsights has identified Samsung’s first 20nm class NAND Flash device within a memory package. A decap of this package revealed a Samsung die with the marking of K9GBG08U0A. A cross-sectional analysis was analyzed and revealed a process node of 27nm. Manufactured by the world’s largest memory manufacturer, Samsung hopes to revolutionize the power usage and production of DRAM with their newest DDR3 offering.
Be the first to understand the 20nm process node developed by Samsung with our in-depth analysis. TechInsights has prepared three reports to provide the most comprehensive information available on this milestone process technology from the Korean memory giant.
Flash technology is a market driven by cost and razor thin profits. By achieving the 20nm class process node, at the 27nm node, Samsung has effectively increased their productivity by over 50-percent when compared to previous 35nm iterations of the same Flash family. Originally announced in April of 2010, this higher-performing NAND Flash will likely expand Samsung’s coverage in consumer electronic devices, such as tablets and smartphones, and improve the proficiency of their memory card solutions. The potential now exists to extend this technology to even further reduce costs for the next iteration of process node.
Other main features according to Samsung:
TechInsights Memory Detailed Structural Analysis and a Transistor Characteristics reports will help you develop a deeper understanding of innovative process technology while providing a competitive edge in the aggressive NAND market. This knowledge is essential for memory designers and engineers looking for the latest information on the leading edge process techniques, as well as product managers and supply chain managers keeping up-to-date on the innovations in NAND Flash design and manufacturing.
If you have any questions or would like more information on our findings on the Samsung 20nm class 32Gb NAND Flash, please contact us.
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