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Samsung SLC NAND Flash Memory technology
Mark Peters : April 13th 2005 - 13:00 CET
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SamsungSamsung SLC NAND Flash Memory technology : Witnessing growing interest in its Single Level Cell (SLC) based Flash solutions for industrial applications, Samsung Electronics, the leader in advanced semiconductor technology, is fortifying its relationships with major solid-state storage suppliers whose use of Samsung SLC technology has made Samsung the leading memory supplier across the industrial sector. Samsung's SLC NAND Flash technology provides enhanced performance and proven industrial-grade reliability for embedded and industrial applications. SLC NAND Flash memory is faster, higher performing, more power-efficient, and will last up to ten times as long as competing multi-level cell Flash memory.
Samsung SLC NAND Flash Memory technologySamsung - SLC NAND Flash
"We have long understood the impor-tance of SLC technology in satisfying the needs of the industrial sector for greater durability, increased longevity and high processing speeds. Our SLC NAND Flash Memory has proven to be critical in enabling our customers storage solutions for a wide range of data-intensive applications from battlefield computers and corporate storage area networks to voting kiosks and ticketing machines," said Tom Quinn, senior vice president, Samsung Semiconductor.

Samsung - SiliconDrive technology
"Samsung's strong leadership role in SLC technology has assisted SiliconSystems in developing its patented SiliconDrive technology that provides one of the highest performance industrial-grade solid-state storage solutions in the marketplace. Our enterprise system OEM customers demand robust, industry-leading storage solutions tailored to their requirements - not a product that has been adapted from the high-volume consumer electronics market. Samsung's SLC technology helps enable SiliconSystems to meet these market requirements," said Michael Hajeck, founder and CEO at SiliconSystems.

Samsung - Performance and Reliability
Alan Niebel, CEO, Web-Feet Research, said, "The industrial market is growing at a steady pace and we're seeing that performance and reliability demands will continue to drive customers to SLC technology as the memory of choice for industrial and embedded applications." The enterprise system OEM storage market is expected to approach $2.6 billion by 2008, according to Web-Feet, and is growing at an annual growth rate 48.1 percent.

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