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Intel and Micron have been collaborating to shrink NAND circuity even more, doubling the density in their flash chips, they will reduce the cost of solid state drive storage. The same duo is responsible for a joint venture dubbed IM Flash Technologies (IMFT), the same company that released 25 nanometer circuitry in 2010. The company plans on releasing an enterprise-class SSD (not pictured) based on 20nm circuitry, running as a PCI Express expansion card. The new PCIe card, called the P320h, will be the successor to Micron’s first enterprise-class SSD, the P300, which was based on single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory.