[MWC 2010] SanDisk has just unveiled its 64GB iNAND for cellphones at Barcelona, Spain, where it will boast new performance enhancement features that go beyond the existing e.MMC 4.4 specification. This translates to an improved system responsiveness as well as accelerate the implementation of consolidated boot and storage code via a solitary device without affecting the consumer experience negatively. The SanDisk iNAND EFDs will exceed the current e.MMC 4.4 standard interface, helping bridge the gap between e.MMC’s plain boot solution and its practical implementation. No idea on when the iNAND EFD will be implemented though, but sooner is always better than later, don’t you think? [Press Release]
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