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IM Flash: Will Expectations Live Up??

Apparently, the joint venture between Intel and Micron IM Flash, which already made quite a stir at the time of its creation, is quietly preparing a bunch of announcements of new solutions based on multi-level cell technologies (MLC, multi-level cell). So, in any case, analysts from American Technology Research believe, who suspect IM Flash of preparing production at 72-nm standards.

Prior to the joint venture with Intel, Micron supplied its customers with solutions based on single-level cells or SLC technologies. However, these technologies are outdated not only morally – tough competition forces to increase the density and reduce the cost, so most NAND flash memory vendors have either switched or are planning to migrate to multilevel cells in the near future. Intel, which remains the leader in the NOR flash segment, has made some strides in MLC (StrataFlash) technologies, so if the company can adapt StrataFlash to NAND flash architecture, Intel can throw the glove at technology leaders – Samsung, Toshiba and Hynix.

Interestingly, against the backdrop of the merger of some of the assets with Intel, Micron acquired Lexar Media, thus coming to a direct confrontation in the flash memory card market with SanDisk and its partner, Toshiba.

Analysts at iSuppli and Semico Research agree that the deal, which is valued at $ 688 million. dollars will be beneficial for both companies: Micron will be able to secure a distribution channel for current and future products, and Lexar, which had previously experienced difficulties in competing with SanDisk, will be able to significantly reduce the cost of purchasing chips. It was the difference in the cost of the chips that prevented Lexar from reaching a higher level of profitability than SanDisk.

In addition, Lexar experienced legal problems – the company was hampered by a protracted litigation with Toshiba, which previously supplied it with NAND flash memory and held positions on the board of directors. Semico suggests that Micron’s experienced lawyers will no longer give Toshiba a go, and even less will they allow legal proceedings to affect the sales of their products. But there is another point – after all, after the collapse of the alliance with Toshiba, Lexar purchased flash memory chips exclusively from Samsung, which means that with its joining Micron, Samsung will lose a large client, which is unlikely to please the Korean electronics giant.

And so it turns out that the joint venture is not working yet, but has already managed to make opponents for itself.

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