Samsung has announced that it has started mass production of eUFS 2.1-compatible storage devices for automotive applications. The new 256 GB devices support select UFS 3.0 features for vehicles, are qualified to operate in extreme temperature ranges and offer performance levels on par with today’s smartphones. Samsung’s new 256 GB eUFS device is based on the company’s planar MLC NAND flash memory produced using a 10 nm-class process technology as well as a proprietary UFS 2.1 controller supporting data refresh and temperature notification capabilities — both technologies are a part of the UFS 3.0 specification introduced last month and both are supported by Samsung’s 64 GB and 128 GB eUFS products for automotive applications as well as by competing devices. The 256 GB eUFS...
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