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Intel Debuts Its First 20-Nanometer Flash Solid-State Drive

Intel shows off its 20-nanometer NAND flash memory in the new SSD 335. While the SSD 335 uses the smallest and most efficient MLC NAND flash memory on the market today, it is functionally identical to its predecessor.

 

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