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Hynix Semiconductor Develops the World’s First x3 32Gb Flash Memory NAND
Hynix Semiconductor, the second largest manufacturer of flash memory, has developed a new NAND flash memory, 30% smaller than current memory.
The 32 gigabyte flash memory integrates three bits per cell and thus providing a data storage capacity far higher than current MLC NAND (2bits per cell).
NAND flash memories are mainly used in digital cameras, USB flash drives, mobile phones, and music players like the Apple iPod.
Will iPhone be equipped with this flash memory?