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Toshiba taps new tech to make flash memory cheaply

A nanoimprint mold made by Dai Nippon Printing.

TOKYO -- Toshiba will adopt technology that is seen significantly lowering production costs of NAND flash memory, one of the restructuring company's core businesses.

The Tokyo-based conglomerate had been researching nanoimprint lithography (NIL) technology together with Dai Nippon Printing and Canon. Toshiba plans to allocate part of the 860 billion yen ($7.9 billion) it will spend over three years on the semiconductor business toward setting up flash memory production lines that utilize NIL. 

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