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8000 South Federal Way

PO Box 6

Boise, ID 83707

United States

Phone: 208-368-4000

Fax: 208-368-4435

e-Level Cell (TLC) NAND Flash products, which have two and three times, respectively, the bit density of SLC NAND Flash products. In 2013, the company offered SLC NAND products in 1 Gb to 64Gb densities. In addition, the company offered 8Gb to 128Gb 2-bit-per-cell MLC NAND Flash products and 32Gb to 128Gb 3-bit-per-cell TLC NAND Flash products. The company offers high-speed NAND Flash products that are compatible with advanced interfaces. The company’s client SSDs are targeted at notebook and other consumer applications. Using its NAND Flash process technology and a SATA 6 Gb/s interface, its SSDs deliver read and write speeds that help improve boot and application load times and deliver higher performance than hard disk drives. The company’s client SSDs are offered in 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch form factors, with densities up to 960 gigabytes (GB). The company’s enterprise SSDs are targeted at server applications and incorporate its Extended Performance and Enhanced Reliability Technology (XPERT) architecture, which closely incorporates the storage and controller through highly optimized firmware algorithms and hardware enhancements. The company offers enterprise SSDs with capacities up to 1.4 terabytes. The company also offers managed NAND and NAND-based multichip packages (MCPs) products, which incorporate its NAND Flash. The company’s managed NAND products combine NAND Flash with a logic controller that performs media management and error code correction (ECC). The company’s managed NAND products include e-MMC memory, embedded USB, and ClearNAND. The company’s NAND-based MCPs combine NAND Flash with DRAM and/or other memory devices in a single package, which improves overall functionality and performance while simplifying system design. Through its Lexar brand, the company sells high-performance digital media products and other flash-based storage products through retail and OEM channels. The company’s digital media products include various flash memory cards and JumpDrive products with a range of speeds, capacities and value-added features. The company offers flash memory cards in various speeds and capacities and in all major media formats, including CompactFlash, Memory Stick and Secure Digital (SD). Other products, including SD memory cards and some JumpDrive products, incorporate third party controllers. The company also manufactures products that are sold under other brand names and resell flash memory products that are purchased from other NAND Flash suppliers. NOR Flash Memory NOR Flash products are electrically re-writeable, non-volatile semiconductor memory devices that retain content when power is turned off, offer fast read times due to random access capability and have execute-in-place (XiP) capability that enables processors to read NOR Flash without first accessing RAM. NOR Flash products are sold by its WSG and ESG segments. The company offers both parallel and serial interface NOR Flash products in a range of densities, packages and features. The company’s parallel NOR Flash products are constructed to meet the needs of the consumer electronics, industrial, wired and wireless communications, computing and automotive applications. The company’s serial NOR Flash products are designed to meet the needs of consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, wired and wireless communications and computing applications. These products offer industry-standard packaging, pinouts, command sets and chipset compatibility. Partnering Arrangements The company partners with Intel Corporation (Intel) for the design, development and manufacture of NAND Flash and certain emerging memory products. In connection therewith, the company formed a joint venture with Intel, IM Flash Technologies, LLC (IMFT), to manufacture NAND Flash memory products for the exclusive use of the members. The company sells NAND Flash products to Intel through IMFT at long-term negotiated prices approximating cost. The company produces photomasks for semiconductors through MP Mask Technology Center, LLC (MP Mask), a joint venture with Photronics, Inc. (Photronics). The company and Photronics also have supply arrangements wherein

 

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