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Introduction : Tata DoCoMo and Samsung launched together first Google Android phone samsung Galaxy I7500, in India. Mr. Sunil Tandon, Regional Head, Tata DoCoMo said ,
“The launch of the Samsung Android
This Intel processor is very much expected to launch in the second half of 2009. It is an aim ofIntel to hit the market of low power desktop PC’s and nettops. This will come in two version i.e. a single core Intel Atom 2 and a powerful dual-core chip. These chips will be manufactured using a 45 nanometer process although Intel intend to move the Atom 2 chip to an even 32nm process. The core frequency will increase from a basic 1.45 GHz to 1.8 GHz,and the silicon area will reduce from 2174mm to 773mm. The current iteration of the Atom chip is found in almost all low-cost netbooks and nettop PCs.Atom 2 processor will also feature hyperthreading.
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SanDisk Corp. said on Tuesday that that it would begin mass-production of the world’s first high performance 4-bits-per-cell (X4) flash memory. The new memory technology allows the company to build single-die 64Gb/8GB flash memory chips, which will power new flash products with significantly boosted capacities.
SanDisk’s 64Gb/8GB flash devices are manufactured using 43nm process technology at fabs built by SanDisk and Toshiba Corp. in Japan. The 4-bits-per-cell (X4) flash memory technology was acquired by the company when it took over M-Systems company back in 2006. The X4 flash memory technology allows to double, or even to quadruple capacities of existing flash-based devices without substantial increase in production costs, power consumption or sizes.
“The development of X4 memory and controller technologies is a major milestone for flash memory storage that will provide significant long term benefits to SanDisk.