Toshiba's 24nm NAND flash memory chips go into mass production

It's another milestone for NAND flash memory and Toshiba with the announcement that the tech giant is sending its 24nm chips into mass production today.

It's another milestone for NAND flash memory and Toshiba with the announcement that the tech giant is sending its 24nm chips into mass production today.

With support for Toggle DDR, you can bet these chips will be seen where fast data transfer speeds are vital. Toshiba points especially towards digital cameras, smartphones and even tablet computers.

Self-dubbed as the "the world's highest" capacity and density per chip, the technology has already been applied to the 2bit-per-cell 64GB chips. This will be followed by a 3bit-per-cell 32GB version on an unknown date.

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