Micron’s new 3D NAND flash could usher in a rapid new generation of SSDs



Micron has revealed it has developed 3D NAND flash with a whopping 232 layers, which will enter full-scale production later this year.

Described by Micron as ‘the world’s most advanced NAND’, the storage device is formed by splicing together two 3D NAND chips, making for a capacity of 128GB (1Tb).



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