Samsung to introduce 64M flash contender

January 1997
Electronic News;1/27/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2152, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on the launching of Samsung Semiconductor's 64-megabit (64M) NAND flash device called KM29V64000T touted as the answer to latency in sequential read operations.


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