[PDF] 3D Flash Memories

ISBN: 9401775109

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Posted on 2017-04-10, updated at 2019-02-13, by luongquocchinh.

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Author: 3D Flash Memories | Publisher: Springer | Category: Other Engineering | Language: English | Page: 380 | ISBN: 9401775109 | ISBN13: 9789401775106 |

Description: Editors: Micheloni, Rino (Ed.) The first book to focus on 3D flash memories Provides details of flash 3D architectures which have never been published before, including a number of 3D cross sections Offers unique coverage of flash with Through-Silicon-Via (TSV) technology This book walks the reader through the next step in the evolution of NAND flash memory technology, namely the development of 3D flash memories, in which multiple layers of memory cells are grown within the same piece of silicon. It describes their working principles, device architectures, fabrication techniques and practical implementations, and highlights why 3D flash is a brand new technology. After reviewing market trends for both NAND and solid state drives (SSDs), the book digs into the details of the flash memory cell itself, covering both floating gate and emerging charge trap technologies. There is a plethora of different materials and vertical integration schemes out there. New memory cells, new materials, new architectures (3D Stacked, BiCS and P-BiCS, 3D FG, 3D VG, 3D advanced architectures) basically, each NAND manufacturer has its own solution. Chapter 3 to chapter 7 offer a broad overview of how 3D can materialize. The 3D wave is impacting emerging memories as well and chapter 8 covers 3D RRAM (resistive RAM) crosspoint arrays. Visualizing 3D structures can be a challenge for the human brain: this is way all these chapters contain a lot of birds-eye views and cross sections along the 3 axes. The second part of the book is devoted to other important aspects, such as advanced packaging technology (i.e. TSV in chapter 9) and error correction codes, which have been leveraged to improve flash reliability for decades. Chapter 10 describes the evolution from legacy BCH to the most recent LDPC codes, while chapter 11 deals with some of the most recent advancements in the ECC field. Last but not least, chapter 12 looks at 3D flash memories from a system perspective. Is 14nm the last step for planar cells? Can 100 layers be integrated within the same piece of silicon? Is 4 bit/cell possible with 3D? Will 3D be reliable enough for enterprise and datacenter applications? These are some of the questions that this book helps answering by providing insights into 3D flash memory design, process technology and applications Number of Illustrations and Tables 92 b/w illustrations, 304 illustrations in colour Topics Memory Structures Electronic Circuits and Devices Circuits and Systems

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  1. just for study, no commercial use;
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