Samsung Delivers 16 GB NAND Flash

Samsung yesterday announced three new technologies targeted at the expanding, multi-faceted mobile application industry.
At a press conference held in Seoul, Dr. Chang-Gyu Hwang, Samsung’s semiconductor business president and CEO, introduced a 16 GB NAND flash memory, a 7.2 Megapixel CMOS image sensor for high-end digital pictures, and fusion semiconductors for next-generation smartphones and PDAs , MP3 music players and subscriber identity module card applications.
“Consumers are looking for ever smaller, more stylish mobile devices,” said Hwang. “This poses a challenge for the semiconductor industry to create chips that meet the high-performance, high-density and minimum space requirements but don’t become a power drain.”
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