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  1. Fujio Masuoka (舛岡 富士雄, Masuoka Fujio, born May 8, 1943) is a Japanese engineer, who has worked for Toshiba and Tohoku University, and is currently chief technical officer (CTO) of Unisantis Electronics. He is best known as the inventor of flash memory, including the development of both the NOR flash and NAND flash types in the 1980s. [1]

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  3. Fujio Masuoka - Wikipedia

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    Fujio Masuoka (舛岡 富士雄, Masuoka Fujio, born May 8, 1943) is a Japanese engineer, who has worked for Toshiba and Tohoku University, and is currently chief technical officer (CTO) of Unisantis Electronics. He is best known as the inventor of flash memory, including the development of both the NOR flash and NAND flash types in the 1980s. [1]

  4. Fujio Masuoka is known as the inventor of flash memory. He was born on May 8, 1943 in Takasaki, Gunma. After receiving his doctoral degree (1971) from Tohoku University, he joined Toshiba. In 1994, Masuoka became a professor at Tohoku University, where he is now an honorary professor.

  5. Dr. Fujio Masuoka | IT History Society

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    Dr. Fujio Masuoka | IT History Society ITHS is a user-supported not-for-profit. Help guide us with our 30-second survey? IT History Society Preserving memories of how computing evolved Login Register About Us Welcome Our Mission Operating Plan History of ITHS Board Members and Trustees Founders Donors Historical Advisory Commitee

  6. Masuoka Fujio | Japanese engineer | Britannica

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    Other articles where Masuoka Fujio is discussed: flash memory: …early 1980s by Japanese engineer Masuoka Fujio, who was then working at the Toshiba Corporation and who was searching for a technology that would replace existing data-storage media such as magnetic tapes, floppy disks, and dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) chips. The name flash was coined by Ariizumi Shoji, a coworker…

  7. Inventing Memory, but Feeling Forgotten - CHM Revolution

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    Fujio Masuoka invented flash memory while at Toshiba. Inventing Memory, but Feeling Forgotten Fujio Masuoka invented Flash memory in 1984 while working for Toshiba. Masuoka’s idea won praise. Masuoka didn’t. Unhappy with what he saw as Toshiba’s failure to reward his work, Masuoka quit to become a professor at Tohoku University.

  8. Fujio Masuoka was born on May 8, 1943, in the city of Takasaki, Gunma, Japan, he is the inventor of flash memory. When he was 10, his mother encouraged him to study mathematics and hire a private teacher. By the time he was 12 years old, Masuoka managed to master mathematics. Studies and his Research Career

  9. Unsung hero - Forbes

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    Fujio Masuoka invented flash memory, a technology used in semiconductors with sales of $76 billion in 2001. These chips went into products worth more than $3 trillion, including automobiles,...

  10. Chip Hall of Fame: Toshiba NAND Flash Memory - IEEE Spectrum

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    Image: Fujio Masuoka NAND Flash Memory Manufacturer: Toshiba Category: Memory and Storage Year: 1989 The saga that is the invention of flash memory began when a Toshiba factory manager named Fujio Masuoka decided he’d reinvent semiconductor memory. We’ll get to that in a minute. First, a bit of history is in order.

  11. Founding CTO & Advisor – Unisantis Electronics

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    Founding CTO & Advisor – Unisantis Electronics Founding CTO & Advisor Learn more about Prof. Fujio Masuoka SCROLL DOWN Inventor of flash memory, Honorary Professor of Tohoku University. Honda Prize 2018 Dr. Fujio Masuoka Watch on Powered by SGT Technology ® Get in touch

  12. Masuoka, Fujio oral history | 102746492 | Computer History Museum

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    Masuoka-san was born in Takasaki, Japan in the late 1940’s. He attended Tohoku University in Sendai where he pursued studies in integrated circuits and obtained a PhD. After graduation in 1971, he joined Toshiba, where his first job was to work on a floating-gate, non-volatile memory. He later pursued research in flash memory, realizing it ...