Title: SLC NAND Flash: The Memory Solution for Industrial Applications
Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Many industrial applications have a long life expectancy, and designers often struggle to surmount challenges that arise when having to redesign to a newer generation.
This webcast will focus on how- and why- SLC NAND flash gives industrial designers the confidence they need when selecting the correct technology for their applications. From extending product life to replacing older generations of flash memory to providing a low pin count, small package size and large capacity, SLC NAND remains an integral part of the overall NAND market. Toshiba’s broad product line of SLC devices includes both parallel and SPI NAND interfaces that meet the needs of current and future industrial and IOT designs. Live presentation with on-demand access for all registrants.
Director of Business Development
Memory Business Unit, Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
Brian is responsible for NAND product promotion for the industrial and consumer OEM markets. His product responsibilities include SLC, MLC, and TLC components, as well as removable form factors such as SD Cards and USB drives.
Sr. Member, Technical Staff
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
Doug’s responsibilities include system engineering and new product definitions for NAND memory, explaining their characteristics, functionality and use to design engineers, including development of applications notes and technical documentation, as well as solving customer engineering problems and fielding technical questions.