Toshiba and Sandisk build new fab for 16-17nm flash memory

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Yokkaichi is far to the south of leaking nuclear power plants, just south of Nagoya, on the Ise Bay.

On a cold night in Nov, 1944, when the SHINANO was first torpedoed south of Shimoda, she continued on her original course for the Inland Sea but since the ship’s construction was yet completed and she was hemorrhaging sea-water, the captain considered heading for Ise Bay, then discovered he’d never make the Kii Peninsula - the western edge of that bay.


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in other news, Wolverine should never have rescued Yashida.

Japan is a bad location for new chip factories. If you liked hard drive prices going through the roof, how about those flash memory prices which are usually sky high anyway for the new technology regardless of what they say about cheaper chips. The cost is only passed on after the billions it cost to build the facility & it’s r&d costs are fully recouped do prices ease. The ratio when they are made in China is much more stabilized.