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Embedded Memory Solutions
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In support of the ever-changing needs of current and emerging applications for high-capacity, onboard storage, Toshiba has developed a wide range of embedded memory solutions. These solutions give designers the freedom of choice, allowing them to select the most appropriate NAND solution for their specific application.

Managed NAND

e-MMC™ NAND
Fully-managed MLC NAND solution with a dedicated controller, on-board ECC and a standard HS-MMC interface simplifies system development and minimizes development costs.  More

UFS NAND
Next-generation, high-speed, fully-managed MLC NAND solution with a dedicated controller, on-board ECC and a Universal Flash Storage (UFS) interface.  More

 

Industrial NAND

SmartNAND™
Controller with on-board ECC and the ability to configure the memory array into pseudo SLC (pSLC) and MLC partitions provides design flexibility and easy integration of MLC NAND.  More

BENAND™
Package and pin compatibility with discrete SLC NAND and on-board ECC simplifies migration to advanced process technologies.  More

 

Enterprise NAND

Enterprise NAND
With support for interface speeds up to 400MB/s, enterprise multi-level cell (eMLC) and single-level cell and (eSLC) NAND provide high-performance solutions for demanding enterprise storage applications.  More

Multi Chip Packages (MCPs)
By incorporating e-MMC™ NAND and Low Power DDR2 (LPDDR2) memory in a single package, Toshiba MCPs offer space saving storage solutions.  More


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e-MMC is a trademark of the MultiMediaCard Association. SmartNAND and BENAND are trademarks of Toshiba Corporation. All other trademarks and tradenames held within are the properties of their respective holders.

Product density is identified based on the density of memory chip(s) within the Product, not the amount of memory capacity available for data storage by the end user. Consumer-usable capacity will be less due to overhead data areas, formatting, bad blocks, and other constraints, and may also vary based on the host device and application.