flash process

flash process

[′flash ‚präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
Liquid-vapor system in which the composition remains constant, but the proportion of gas and liquid phases changes as pressure or temperature change.
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Combining a 48-layer 3D flash process and TSV technology has allowed us to increase product read and programming bandwidth while achieving low power consumption, said Hiroo Ohta, Technology Executive from Toshiba Memory Corporation.
Combining a 48-layer 3D flash process and TSV technology has allowed Toshiba Memory Corporation to successfully increase product programming bandwidth while achieving low power consumption.
The tool will detect the boot procedure when you plug the board in, and begin the flash process.
Flash storage specialist SanDisk Corporation today announced the availability of its 1Z-nanometer (nm) technology, which it described as "the most advanced NAND flash process node in the world".
The RX200 series is based on an advanced, low-power flash process, designed to meet the latest requirements of the next generation of lower power applications.
are extending their development and production partnership to 40nm embedded flash process technology for making microcontrollers used in automotives and consumer appliances.
W&V: The flash process also creates steam that goes into a condenser.
The majority of SWCC desalination plants are employing the multistage flash process producing more than 93% of its total water production.
Audio, connectivity and location platforms provider CSR plc (LSE:CSR) and semiconductor foundry TSMC (TWSE:2330) (NYSE:TSM) announced on Thursday that they are collaborating on the adoption of TSMC's 90nm embedded flash process technology, IP and RF CMOS processes for CSR's wireless products.
It has utilised its 43nm NAND flash process to extend the range of its USB drives up to 16GB.
The Fast Flash process can also be incorporated into new plants and requires less floor space and energy than a conventional flash process.
25 micron embedded Flash process by Infineon Technologies in Germany.