AMD rolls KGD at both 2.7 and 5V

December 1996
Electronic News;12/16/96, Vol. 42 Issue 2147, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on Advanced Micro Devices' (AMD) family of known good die (KGD) flash products for small form factor storage applications.


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