Interested in this report?

Published: 4 December 2017

The Advanced CMOS Essentials (ACE) deliverable for NAND flash chips comprises a concise analyst’s summary document highlighting observed critical dimensions and salient features supported by the in-depth image folders. The ACE deliverable provides timely competitive benchmarking information and enables cost-effective tracking of technical innovation across a breadth of competitors.

The in-depth image folders will contain the following:

  • Downstream product teardown images
  • Package X-rays, top metal and poly die photographs, non-invasive optical photos of die features
  • SEM bevel through the logic region and NAND flash SEM cross section of the general device structure, BEOL (metals, dielectrics) and FEOL structures
  • Two TEM cross sections, orthogonal to the word and bit lines, showing the NAND flash array cells, the lower metals and dielectrics, transistor gates, isolation, and other FEOL feature
The results of TEM-EDS analyses are included in the ACE summary document.

Report Description

This report presents an Advanced CMOS Essentials of the Intel 29F01T2ANCTH2 64-layer 256 Gb 3D NAND flash.

Recent OMR Reports

Buy Now  |   Price: $9,000.00 (USD)   |   Report  |  DEF-1711-801  |   Published: 11 January 2018
The Device Essentials deliverable for imaging devices includes a one page summary of observed device metrics and salient features. The summary is supported by the following unannotated image folders: ...
Buy Now  |   Price: $9,000.00 (USD)   |   Report  |  DEF-1710-802  |   Published: 3 January 2018
The Device Essentials deliverable for imaging devices includes a one page summary of observed device metrics and salient features. The summary is supported by the following unannotated image folders: ...
Buy Now  |   Price: $9,000.00 (USD)   |   Report  |  DEF-1709-804  |   Published: 22 December 2017
The Device Essentials deliverable for imaging devices includes a one page summary of observed device metrics and salient features. The summary is supported by the following unannotated image folders: ...