Toshiba has today launched its SLC NAND flash memory line for embedded applications (including flat screen TVs, printers, wearable devices, and robots).
The company says the new family is intended to satiate the more demanding features that have been introduced to embedded devices in recent times, and it will do so thanks to "high density, high reliability and low bit cost when compared to NOR flash memory."
Key features include 24nm process technology, SPI compatibility, and 6-pin control, among others. Specs can be found below.
Sample shipments are being sent out today; mass production begins in December, at which point the 1Gb products will roll out. The remaining configurations will follow that.