Toshiba Produces World’s Smallest E-MMC
On October 1, 2014, the Japanese technology company, Toshiba, announced their launch of the world’s smallest class E-MMC Embedded NAND Flash Memory products. These new chips will utilize a new state of the art 15nm process technology along with a controller to manage its basic control functions. The new imbedded controller function will make possible the minimization of development requirements and easier integration into system designs. Designed for digital products on the consumer level, Toshiba looks to enter their new product into the industry of smartphones, tablet PCs, and wearable devices.
The new E-MMC Embedded NAND Flash Memory will be fully compliant with the current JEDEC e-MMC standard and have a capacity range from 8GB to 128GB in a small 11 mm x 10 mm average package. The largest capacity at 128GB can record over 16 hours of high definition video and over 39 hours of standard definition video. Power supply voltage will range from 2.7-3.6V memory core and 1.7V-3.6V interface. New features of the E-MMC include BKOPS control, Cache Barrier, Cache Flushing Report, and Large RPMB Write.
Toshiba Corporation is one of the largest electronics producers in the world. Their products range from Electronics, Semiconductors, Social Infrastructure, Computer Hardware, Home Appliances, and Medical Equipment. Having met over 6 Trillion Japanese Yen in yearly revenue and employing over 200,000 people, Toshiba’s worldwide influence reaches consumers, businesses, and OEMs alike.
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