The NAND flash memory market has evolved (or devolved depending on who you ask) into a battle of the BoMs (Bill of Materials), where the lowest price usually wins. But is that really the only consideration anymore when selecting a flash memory device, particularly for harsh environment applications?
These are questions the Embedded Insiders ask this week, and have answered by Steve Larrivee of industrial-grade NAND flash solution provider Cactus Technologies. During the discussion, the Insiders learn why the flash memory market is one where older technology is more expensive and more reliable – and not for the reasons you'd think.
- NAND Flash
- Single-level cell (SLC)
- Multi-level cell (MLC)
- Quad-level cell
- Industrial-grade flash
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