EETimes (11/11/2013 05:15 PM EST)
IRVINE, Calif. -- Universal flash storage (UFS) is poised to replace e-MMC as devices with embedded memory continue to demand more capacity and higher performance. But both memory technologies will continue to co-exist for some time.
Scott Beekman, director of managed NAND memory products for Toshiba America Electronic Components, says that although e-MMC is still the memory device of choice for mobile applications because of its low power consumption and cost, UFS is in a better position to meet the higher performance demands that are expected in the coming years from mobile devices.
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