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 Sep 12, 2005 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* 16 GB of Flash Memory

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Samsung's released its 16 GB flash memory chip, and it's a good thing.

The firm's announcement does not only increase the pressure on other Flash companies, but on harddrive manufacturers as well. The iPod nano, replacement for the iPod mini, shows that Samsung is serious about driving harddisks out of the sub-5 GByte segment - and extend the reach of its memory chips in other consumer electronics devices with similar storage needs. "The new 16 Gbit memory device should accelerate further expansion of the NAND flash market across mobile and portable digital applications as an alternative to mini-harddisk drives and even harddrives for laptops," the company said.

 

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