23 July 2010

Samsung and Toshiba triplesdata transmission speed

When it comes to the popular flashram type NAND , so there is a big problem , data transmission speed is not very high but it has Samsung and Toshiba now been resolved .

The current standard allows speeds of up to 40 Mbps over a SDR interface (Single Data Rate ) and uses get a DDR interface ( Double Data Rate) rate can reach 133 Mbps. Toshiba and Samsung have now come up with next version of the DDR interface, which triples the speed to 400 Mbps.

The new specification , called " Toggle DDR 2.0 "will be open to all, and they hope that companies like Intel and Micron will use them, because the technology also can spread to the SSD market.

Both companies are working together with JEDEC (Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council) , to ensure standardization of the specifications.


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