SLC Vs MLC - Sponsored Whitepaper

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The development of NAND flash technology has, until recently, followed the path of traditional memory technologies, such as SRAM, DRAM, EEPROM, etc., in that each memory cell stores one bit of binary data. This type of NAND flash technology is now referred to as Single Level Cell or SLC.

In the push for higher densities, a new type of memory cell design that can store multiple bits of binary data per cell has been introduced recently. This type of NAND flash technology is now known as Multi Level Cell or MLC.

There are key differences in device characteristics and performance between SLC and MLC NAND flash. In this paper, we will explore some of these differences.
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