NAND flash has become the de facto memory standard in the years since Toshiba first introduced it almost three decades ago. However, many misconceptions remain to this day about its use. A wide variety of NAND flash-memory products are available, all with significantly different features and capabilities. From single- and multi-level cell to 3D and more, the diversification of NAND flash has design engineers weighing their options—and asking questions...
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