Memory Design Insights: A Closer Look at Serial NAND’s Features

Memory Design Insights

Design engineers looking to store boot code or small-to-medium OS code know that SLC NAND is the best way to get the job done. Why? Because it brings high reliability to these critical operations. Our Serial NAND is SLC NAND made better. It’s compatible with the widely used Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), which means that Serial NAND can be used with the same hardware interface as NOR flash – at a lower cost. What other key features does Serial NAND bring to the table?

Take a look:

  • Low pin count
  • Embedded ECC (Error Correction Code)
  • Utilizes the latest 24nm SLC NAND process technology
  • Small WSON1 package
  • Large capacity

At Toshiba Memory, we’re one of the industry’s largest suppliers of SLC NAND – and we’re committed to continuing to develop and support it. I explain more here: http://www.toshiba.com/tma/technologymoves/design-insights.jsp

 


1WSON: Very thin Small Outline No Lead Package

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