Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. and Denali Software, Inc. are offering two webinars that feature insights into the new Toggle-mode DDR NAND Flash technology, including information on Toggle-mode NAND design, estimated market entry and standardization efforts.
The Move to High-Speed NAND: Toggle-Mode DDR
Kevin Lee, vice president, Technical Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
Presentation discusses the driving the need for higher performance and bandwidth in the PC and server markets. This informational audio presentation highlights how Toggle-mode DDR NAND, the industry’s new high-speed memory solution, whose standardization is currently being finalized by JEDEC, uses a dual-data rate interface to increase the read performance of NAND by 125% and write performance by 50%. This webcast reviews what led up to the development of Toggle-mode DDR NAND, while highlighting key functionality and presenting roadmap for industry adoption.
Controlling High-Speed Flash Devices
Robert Pierce, senior director, Flash Products, Denali Software
The presentation highlights a new flash interface for Toggle that offers tremendous performance capabilities, improving bandwidth, boot performance as well as enabling system performance and applications for flash. The webinar explores several flash controller architectures and discusses the impact to users as using these attributes adds additional challenges on your controller architecture and processor.