Spansion Unveils Plans for Highest Performance, Smallest NAND

September 2008
Portable Design;Sep2008, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p6
The article reports on several development plans of NOR flash market leader Spansion Inc. for its upcoming MirrorBit ORNAND2 product family in the digital networks industry in the U.S. Spansion initiates to further diversify its product portfolio, which is designed to support 25 percent faster write performance and twice the read performance for the other electronic logic gates. It targets to address a broader portion of the high-value wireless and embedded markets. Spansion further projects to integrate managed NAND electronic logic gate controller and interface functionalities with its MirrorBit ORNAND2 memory on a single chip, creating a full product family of differentiated solutions.


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