With innovations in scaling and CMOS placement, the highest density and most advanced 6th-gen, 162-layer 3D flash memory created by Western Digital and Kioxia has now launched in what is the latest milestone from an impressive 20-year joint venture partnership, promising ever better, faster and denser storage solutions.
US processor maker Intel has sold its NAND memory and storage business to South Korea's SK hynix, statements from the two companies say, with the going price being US$9 billion (A$12.8 billion).
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