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Flash Memory: the Top Ten Things You Need to Know

 Jim Handy
  11th-Jan-2014
Description: This electronics presentation is about Flash Memory: the Top Ten Things You Need to Know. Enterprise SSDs will be used in All data centers, There is still a lot of growth in NAND Controllers will get more sophisticated, System software will be designed for NAND first, Tablet PCs will morph into newer devices, Not everyone can be a successful SSD supplier, NOR has a long future in code storage, NAND in PCs is a threat to DRAM, not HDDs, The death of flash is not imminent, SSDs in PCs will lose out to NAND + HDD. OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS–www.OBJECTIVE-ANALYSIS.com. This Year’s Top Ten. All data centers will use flash, NAND prices will not rebound until mid-2013. Controllers will grow to enable TLC in the enterprise NAND-aware software is the next high-growth market, The Ultrabook will drive cache use in PCs & notebooks, The SSD market will divide into multiple segments, Alternative memories will displace very little NOR, PC SSD revenues will decline with cache adoption, When flash reaches its scaling limit few will even know, The SSD form factor & interface will eventually die off.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Semiconductors
Contributing Organization: Flash Memory Summit
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Enterprise SSDs will be used in all data centers
There is still a lot of growth in NAND
Controllers will get more sophisticated
System software will be designed for NAND first
Tablet PCs will morph into newer devices
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