Samsung’s “20nm-class” designations for flash memory production are frustratingly nonspecific, but smallest processes or not it’s ready to crank out more chips than ever. Reuters reports the electronics giant just flipped the switch on its first new production line in five years, one that it’s calling “the industry’s largest and most advanced memory fabrication facility.” It could take up to nine months to get fully up to speed, but the increased production and reduced costs should keep the competition coming Samsung’s way for storage no matter what their current legal situation.
Samsung opens ‘most advanced’ 20nm-class flash memory production line
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