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Choosing the Right NAND

[caption id="attachment_244" align="alignright" width="192" caption="A 2Gb NAND Flash memory device organized as 2048 blocks"]A 2Gb NAND Flash memory device organized as 2048 blocks[/caption] We just published a new white paper that offers an overview of some of the various technologies of NAND across the burgeoning market--from basic MLC and SLC to High-Endurance and Serial NAND. Because each of these flavors offer significantly different performance capabilities, features, and benefits, my hope is that it can be worthwhile starting place in helping designers make informed decisions about their memory choices, and get the best out of their designs. Learn more

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Dean Klein

Dean Klein is Vice President of Memory System Development at Micron Technology. Mr. Klein joined Micron in January 1999, after having held several leadership positions at Micron Electronics, Inc., including Executive Vice President of Product Development and Chief Technical Officer. He also co-founded and served as President of PC Tech, Inc., previously a wholly-owned subsidiary of Micron Electronics, Inc., from its inception in 1984. Mr. Klein’s current responsibilities as Vice President of Memory System Development focus on developing memory technologies and capabilities.

Mr. Klein earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and a Master of Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and he holds over 220 patents in the areas of computer architecture and electrical engineering. He has a passion for math and science education and is a mentor to the FIRST Robotics team (www.FIRSTInspires.org) in the Meridian, Idaho school district.

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