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Intel to boost its memory business

Posted on Thursday, March 03 2005 @ 22:12:54 CET by

Intel stated it wants to get a larger foothold in the memory market. The company said it plans to push its NOR flash memory and will also adopt the new FB-DIMM memory.
As for its roadmap, Intel said its first new flash memory product for the cellular market segment is code-named Sibley with 512Mb of storage and support for multiple RAM interfaces. Intel also revealed new flash software for the cellular market code-named Naubinway. The next generation of Intel flash Data Integrator (FDI) flash file system is designed for multimedia phones.
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