Toshiba and SanDisk start sampling 48-layer 128Gb chips
Micron and Intel have announced the availability of 256Gb NAND, the world’s highest density flash memory, but Toshiba is hot on their heels.
256Gb (32GB) per single MLC die
During its latest investor meeting, Intel revealed a few more details regarding its upcoming solid-state drives that will be based on 3D NAND chips and should come in the second half of 2015.
As a result of Micron's ramp up
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Does David Einhorn know something we don’t?
Not by much
2GB HMC engineering samples
Will keep staff
Enabling 128Gb MLC NAND flash devices
Wants to expand memory chips