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Processors part with ECC for lower BOM costs

Toshiba Electronics has expanded its range of 24nm BENAND single level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory modules with embedded 8bit error correction coding (ECC).

This takes ECC duties away from the host processor, which traditionally have ECC built in, enabling legacy controllers to be used with the latest NAND technology – reducing BOM and system design costs while maintaining the reliability of SLC NAND.

It enables manufacturers to utilise the latest 24nm technology in devices that were designed to use 4xnm NAND, extending the product life of consumer electronics, multimedia devices, smart meters, intelligent lighting systems and industrial technology.

This introduction of 8Gb extends the line-up of BENAND from 1Gb to 8Gb, which is available in TSOP and BGA packages and in industrial and consumer operating temperature ranges.

Tim Fryer

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