Enabling Future Memory Devices

Enabling Future Memory Devices

As memory scaling proceeds, the industry is evaluating a variety of options for achieving the performance required from sub-2X memory devices.

DRAM, Flash, and emerging memory development each face unique complexities and unknowns. What will DRAM technology look like in three to five years? What is the next big growth area for the NAND market? What’s next in emerging memory? Is a universal memory format the next technology?

In conjunction with the International Memory Workshop 2011 on May 23 in Monterey, California, Applied Materials will host a panel discussion with distinguished speakers from Hynix, IMEC, Nokia, Samsung, and Toshiba for a thought-provoking and lively conference session discussing these questions and related topics.

In order to join us for this panel discussion, conference registration is required. For more details visit the Applied Materials web site.

Visit the Applied Materials Blog regularly for additional insight into scaling NAND Flash and DRAM.

Click here for a recap of this thought-provoking session.

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