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Wednesday, January 29th, By Sara Ver-Bruggen, contributing editor In launching the iPod music player, Apple bumped consumption of NAND flash — a type of non-volatile storage device — driving down cost and paving the way for the growth of the memory technology into what is now a multibillion dollar market, supplying cost-effective storage for smart phones, tablets and other consumer electronic gadgets that do not have high density requirements.
Inmemory chipmakers Micron and also SK Hynix will follow suit, heralding the arrival of a much-anticipated and debated technology during various industry conferences in recent years.
Like floors in a tower block, in 3D NAND devices memory cells are stacked on top of each other, as opposed to being spread out on a two-dimensional 2Dhorizontal grid like bungalows. But scaling, as process nodes dip below 20nm and on the path towards 10nm, is proving challenging as physical constraints begin to impinge on the performance of the basic memory cell design.
Transition to mass production But despite the potential of 3D NAND and announcements by the leading players in the industry, transferring 3D NAND technology into mass production is very challenging to do.
As Jim Handy, from Objective Analysis, points out: With 3D NAND there is the potential for vertical scaling, going from bit-tall strings to string heights of more than bits. But while 3D NAND does not require leading-edge lithography, eventually resulting in manufacturing costs that are lower than they would be for the extension of planar NAND, new deposition and etch technologies are required for high-aspect-ratio etch processes.
Staircase etching requires very precise contact landing. With vertical scaling the challenges include etching high aspect ratio holes, with the aspect ratio doubling with each doubling of layers.
These holes must have absolutely parallel walls or scaling and device operation may be compromised. Indeed, while the best combination of cost, power and performance will be found in 3D NAND architectures, there still remain issues concerning cost, especially.
These issues, in the context of their respective memory technology roadmaps, were discussed by memory chipmakers, including Sandisk, SK Hynix and Micron, at a forum organized and sponsored by semiconductor industry equipment manufacturer Applied Materials in Decemberwhile the equipment supplier provided some in-depth discussion on 3D NAND manufacturing considerations and challenges.
They have also previously announced plans to build a semiconductor fab for nm flash memory. We believe that this scaling path gives us the lowest cost structure in each of the nodes and in terms of cumulative investment.
Capital equipment investment is what determines success in the market, according to Shrivastava. It leverages existing infrastructure, which is good, but there are still a lot of challenges.
New controller schemes and boards will be required also. Every new technology takes some time. Getting to mass manufacturing will take time. Eight of these die can hold GB of data.
The 16nm storage technology will be released on next-generation solid state drives SSDs during An XOR gate circuit can be made from four NAND gates. In fact, both NAND and NOR gates are so-called "universal gates" and any logical function can be constructed from either NAND logic or NOR logic alone.
In Boolean algebra the inverting Logic NOT Function follows the Complementation Law producing inversion. Logic NOT gates or “Inverters” as they are more commonly called, can be connected with standard AND and OR gates to produce NAND and NOR gates respectively. The NAND gate has the property of functional completeness.
That is, any other logic function (AND, OR, etc.) can be implemented using only NAND gates.  An entire processor can be . I'm trying to figure out why my code isn't working. Why are some of my logic gates, like OR, not giving me the correct output?Take the OR gate for example.
When I run the code and pass in 1 as the value for A and B, the output is still False.I have tried tweaking it and it still gives me False as the output.. Below is an example of what I did so far. For the NAND gate it says change the symbol to an OR gate and move the bubbles to the input side.
That being done, this circuit can be drawn; Calling the output level the first level, you see this was done. The three fundamental logical operations (at least for Boolean logic) are the AND, the OR and the NOT functions.
If you do these you can do anything. As it happens, if you have a collection of NAND gates you are able to all of these.