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Intel promises that 3D nand within “several years” provides 10TB-SSD
Intel enters 2015 with SSD-based 3D NAND memory that a “disruptive price” will have. Further, 3D NAND few years SSD with a storage capacity of 10TB possible, according to the company.
3d-nand that Intel makes with Micron, consists of 32 layers and offers a capacity of 256GB on a single MLC that. According to the manufacturer makes this 1TB capacity in a 2mm package possible and driving for a breakthrough in cost, but Intel does not mention specific prices. Eventually would allow 3D NAND SSD with greater storage capacity than 10TB and this would already be the case in a few years. That made Rob Crooke, general manager of Intel’s Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group announced during an investor presentation . When tlc memory capacity at 385Gb per that would come true.
Intel has high hopes for the SSD market. Currently making Samsung 3D NAND-based 32 layers, which a capacity of 86Gb MLC on a 128GB and which is achieved by tlc. 2015 should see a new generation of the so-called 3D-v-nand which Samsung could potentially compete with Intel. Toshiba and SanDisk is a factory building for the production of 3D NAND memory, but SSD’s with this type of memory that manufacturers are not expected until 2016.Viewing:-235
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