Intel Bolsters Memory Capacity In A Flash
- Intel intro heats up flash storage market. MacLellan, Andrew // Electronic News (10616624);7/08/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2124, p2
Anticipates the debut of Intel Corp.'s Series 100 Flash memory Miniature Card. Features; Applications; Product support; Performance.
- Bigger, lower, and faster in a flash. Dipert, Brian // EDN;08/05/99, Vol. 44 Issue 16, p16
Introduces StrataFlash memories developed by Intel Corp. in United States. Features of the product; Development of Persistent Storage Manager, a flash-file system; Usability of the system.
- Moore Flash. Ascierto, Jerry // Electronic News;12/06/99, Vol. 45 Issue 49, p1
Focuses on the plan of Intel Corp. to produce 0.18-micron NOR flash devices in 2000. Facilities of the company to be converted as part of the plan; Factors which influence the demand for flash memory; Densities of flash memory to be launched by Intel; Other companies planning to convert fabs...
- Flash device targets mixed code and data storage. Dipert, Brian; Granville, Fran // EDN;04/24/97, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p16
Presents the advanced boot-block flash memory architecture developed by Intel Corp. Interesting features of the product; Important applications; Ordering information.
- Intel ups ante in flash memory market. Souza, Crista Hardie // Electronic News;07/14/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2176, p28
Reports that Intel Corp. will introduce 16- and 32-megabit flash memories designed to provide faster write times at lower voltages. Support for the Common Flash Memory Interface; Migration to a 0.25-micron logic process.
- Intel Adds Stacked-CSP for Flash Memory. Levine, Bernard // Electronic News;05/03/99, Vol. 45 Issue 18, p28
Unveils Intel Corporation's third chip-scale package for flash memory, dubbed the Stacked-CSP. Applications of the product; Capabilities; Details on the first Intel flash product to ship in the stacked-CSP.
- Can You Really Grasp The Sale Of A Billion Of Anything? Bursky, Dave // Electronic Design;06/26/2000, Vol. 48 Issue 13, p56
Editorial. Comments on the sale of the one billionth unit of flash memories of Intel Corp. since its shipment operations in 1988. High technology equipment driving up the demand for flash units; Predictions that Intel will reach its second billion sale within two years due to a growing demand...
- Intel's Latest Flashdance. ASCIERTO, JERRY // Electronic News;03/29/99, Vol. 45 Issue 13, p26
Introduces 1.8 volt Advanced+Boot Block Flash Memory from Intel Corp. Features of the product; Price.
- Intel's SLC SSDs: the rest of the story. Dipert, Brian // EDN;12/5/2008, Vol. 53 Issue 25, p18
The article evaluates the 2.5 inch single-level cell (SLC) drives from Intel.