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Old 8th February, 2007, 04:13 PM
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New packaging allows more memory in same footprint

Siliconware Precision Industries announced Monday that they had successfully achieved high volume Flash Card production using their FOW (Film On Wire) technology.

Memory is something that it seems we can never have too much of. With Windows Vista promising to make better use of both DRAM and FLash memories, more is definitely better. However, chip densities are not themselves able to keep up with demand (current technology using conventional packaging techniques places a practical limit of about 32 GB on PCMCIA Flash drives, for example).

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