Webinar: How to Achieve the Highest NAND Flash Application Data Rate

CAST and Evatronix will host a webinar about using CAST’s new NAND Flash Controller Core as part of an overall design strategy to achieve the highest possible memory data input and output rates for advanced applications. The webcast will take place Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 1:00 PM EST. The online seminar is free, but you need to register in advance.

How to Achieve the Highest NAND Flash Application Data Rate

Upcoming ONFI 3.0 compatible memory devices will run as fast as 400 MT/s. High-speed interfaces USB 3.0, SATA-3, and Thunderbolt are ready to take advantage of this speed. However, various system design challenges can cause bottlenecks that reduce the actual I/O performance your system can achieve.

In this CAST and Evatronix webinar, they will show you how to avoid the worst of these bottlenecks, including I/O limitations, the impact of die and channel architecture on read/write speed, and choosing the best error correction code (ECC) implementation.

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