Samsung has announced that it will start shipping the industry's first multi-chip package with a PRAM chip for mobile phones starting this quarter. The multi-chip package has 512Mb PRAM that is backwards compatible in the MCP that is built on the 40nm class NOR flash memory.
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Samsung expects PRAM to replace NOR flash in consumer electronic devices starting next year. PRAM stores data using phase change characteristics in a base material alloy of germanium, antimony, and titanium.
The PRAM storage has three times faster data performance per word than NOR chips and is non-volatile. The structure of the PRAM is also simple allowing handsets to more quickly and easily access data.