The company is already sampling the technology to flash memory makers and expects to have 2-gigabit parts in 2002. --Richard Shim, ZDNet News
Toshiba announced Monday that it has co-developed, with SanDisk, technology allowing flash memory to reach densities of 1 gigabit per cell. The result is that more data can be stored on a flash memory card at less cost. Flash memory is typically used in consumer electronics devices such as digital cameras, cell phones and handheld computers.