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Tablet memory and smartphone memory
Ralf Jurrien : June 6th 2012 - 09:45 CET
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SanDiskSanDisk tablet memory and smartphone memory : SanDisk announced the new iNand Extreme capacity tablet memory and smartphone memory ranging from 16GB to 128GB, enough to store HD movies and loads of songs and pictures. SanDisk iNand Extreme tablet memory and smartphone memory is built on SanDisk’s 19 nm process technology to enable the large capacity, high performance Nand tablet memory and smartphone memory. The SanDisk iNand Extreme capacity tablet memory running the Android operating system as well as the upcoming Microsoft Windows iNand RT version of the Windows iNand 8 operating system can benefit from SanDisk iNand Extreme capacity, performance and compact size.

SanDisk iNand Extreme

SanDisk iNand Extreme flash memory
The new SanDisk iNand Extreme flash memory improves performances for multitasking, web browsing, file transfer and image capture performance to create a more amusing atmosphere for smartphone and tablet memory users. At 19 nanometer, the technology used to build circuitry in the SanDisk iNand Extreme flash memory is incredibly compact. The width of a normal sheet of paper is about 0.1 millimetre or about 100,000 nanometer, what means that more than 5000 pieces of 19 nanometer in size could fit in the edge of a normal sheet of paper.

Tablet memory

Tablet memory and smartphone memory
SanDisk iNand Extreme tablet memory and smartphone memory will be used on reference designs for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 4-Plus-1 quad-core processor as a recommended memory device for tablet and smartphones. “SanDisk’s technology allow us to provide our OEM customers with the high-capacity memory that generates tangible benefits for consumers,” said Dan Inbar, senior vice president and general manager. “SanDisk also works with leading software makers to optimize our memory for next generation operating systems, file systems and typical usage patterns. This makes us able to help mobile equipment developers build products that provide an outstanding experience.”

iNand Extreme memory

iNand Extreme memory
“SanDisk is an important partner for us in showcasing Tegra 3’s capabilities,” said Rene Haas, general manager, NVIDIA. “Just as Tegra delivers outstanding performance and battery life in a great range of mobile devices, SanDisk iNand Extreme tablet memory and smartphone memory provides a high performance solution to create a world-class user experience for mobile devices.”

128gb tablet memory

128GB tablet memory & smartphone memory
SanDisk’s 128GB tablet memory and smartphone memory products come in a highly competitive 12mm by 16mm box. The SanDisk 128GB tablet memory conforms to the new e.MMC 4.5 specification and can achieve up to 45MB/sec sequential write and 100 MB/sec read speeds. The SanDisk iNand Extreme tablet memory and smartphone memory also more than doubles the random write performance of previous generations and significantly improves random read performance. The SanDisk tablet memory has also been designed for optimal integration with file systems used by all generations of tablet memory and smartphone memory devices. SanDisk iNand Extreme flash memory samples will be available this month with general availability later this year.
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