Toshiba intros 64GB NAND flash chip, iPhone and iPod touch to get storage boost?

By Jos
Dec 15, 2009
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  1. Toshiba has announced plans to bring a 64GB NAND flash module to the market. The new package is composed of sixteen 32 gigabit NAND chips built using a 32nm manufacturing process and a dedicated memory controller. The company is already sampling the 64GB module and expects mass production to begin during Q1 of 2010.

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  2. compdata

    compdata TechSpot Paladin Posts: 604

    Pricing makes a big difference, but I concur that this looks like prime target for Iphone/Ipod. Does anyone have a link to a article on the "space constraints" issue for the iphone? Sounds like a marketing not technical decision to me to try to differentiate the ipod touch a bit from the iphone.
  3. treeski

    treeski TechSpot Guru Posts: 867   +128

    Hopefully the Zune HD will get a capacity boost too! Not sure who the supplier is for the Zune, but once one company does something, the competition does it too...
  4. Timonius

    Timonius TechSpot Booster Posts: 573   +31

    Yes, I'll be waiting for a higher capacity flash drive. Right now I'm stuck on hard drive 'media' players fro the capacity. upgrading from my existing 30gb zune to a 32gb zune hd seems to me a bit counterproductive...considering higher quality video takes up more space.
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