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Displaying items by tag: NAND

The global semiconductor market grew by 5.4% in 2020 the pandemic notwithstanding, pulling in US$442 billion (A$581 billion), a better than expected showing, the technology research firm IDC says.

Published in Development

The top 20 Asia-Pacific technology companies may face a rough time this year due to the volatile global situation and the the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the data and analytics firm GlobalData says.

Published in Business Intelligence

Seagate has announced its participation in the consortium led by Bain Capital Private Equity to acquire Toshiba Memory Corporation, and commits "up to US $1.25 billion" and "expects to enter into a long-term NAND supply agreement".

Published in Deals

NAND isn’t the nickname of your grandmother, but the technology in the storage chips inside your smartphones, tablets and computers, with Western Digital announcing an industry first.

It’s not just Samsung that can boast of 3D NAND, but now the storage powerhouse that is WD and SanDisk, who’ll launch 64-layer 3D NAND SSDs in Q3 2017.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 24 October 2016 14:01

How will history regard hard disk storage?

There is a lot of activity in the flash NAND camp (SSD) at present, all predicting the imminent demise of spinning hard disks (HDD) as storage mechanisms.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015 14:27

That’s pretty flash – 48 layer, 3D memory

Toshiba has taken a leaf out of Japan’s high density living by stacking 48 layers of flash memory in a 3D array to produce the world’s first 256-Gigabit (32 Gigabytes), 3 bit per cell TLC, 3D, BiCS, flash memory.

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 09:57

3D Flash memory to enable 10TB SSD

The new buzzword in flash memory is 3D. It stacks layers of storage cells vertically to create up to three times the capacity of planar (2D) NAND.

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Tuesday, 01 December 2009 04:22

Apple accused of manipulating memory prices

A Korean newspaper is reporting that flash memory manufacturers are unhappy with Apple's habit of ordering more chips in advance than it actually ends up buying, keeping prices suppressed across the board.

Published in Market
New SSD processor family promises to deliver 'orders of magnitude' higher reliability than enterprise-class hard disk drives.

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