Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, added a new report showing that flash multichip packages are predominantly NOR/RAM configurations today and are likely to remain such for the next few years.
“Flash Packaging: What Phone Makers Want & Why” reports that NAND is making great headway in cell phone handsets through both cards and embedded NAND stacks, but the MCP (multichip package) is still largely a NOR/RAM product. Although NAND flash is finding some acceptance in handset MCPs, cell phone manufacturers find that they have more flexibility by leaving the NAND out of this type of package.
This 32-page report is an in-depth review of the flash MCP market for cell phone handsets and looks into the reasons that OEMs choose the chip configurations they do. The report covers all aspects of this decision – features, costs, power consumption, and even the operating system – to determine the outlook for MCPs in five key types of cell phones: Basic, VGA Camera, High-Resolution Camera, Music, and Full-Feature handsets.
Readers will gain a solid understanding of multichip packages and the markets they serve, and will learn why certain configurations will ship in higher volumes than others. Nineteen tables deliver detailed forecasts through 2012; eight figures help explain how and why cell handset suppliers choose different MCP options.
“Flash Packaging: What Phone Makers Want & Why.” is available from Report Buyer. For more information, see website.
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