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Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

 

Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND, which offers capacities of 512Gb and speeds of up to 100MB/s per die. 

This new NAND will eventually replace the companies existing 48-layer V-NAND, allowing Samsung to create faster SSDs with increasingly large capacities. These new memory chips will enable Samsung to create future M.2 products which feature storage capacities which exceed 1TB and develop increasingly large hard drives within traditional, or smaller form factors. 

At FMS (Flash Memory Summit) Samsung has also showcased a new 32TB SSD, which is a capacity which they say is the largest in the world for an SSD. I guess nobody has told them about Seagate's new 60TB 3.5" SSD.....

  Samsung announces their 4th Generation 64-layer V-NAND

 

While we are only now seeing their competitors release their own 3D NAND, Samsung is continuing to push the envelope with what they can do with their own 3D V-NAND technology. Hopefully, this will mean that we will continue to see larger and faster SSDs in the future and continue to decrease the cost of consumer SSDs.

 

You can join the discussion on Samsung's new 64-layer 3D V-NAND on the OC3D Forums.

  

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