Samsung to mass-produce new V-NAND technology
Samsung Electronics announced yesterday that starting this month it will mass-produce a 3.2-terabyte SSD based on 3-D V-NAND technology. This is an upgrade from the previous SSD that the company produced with a storage capacity of 1.6 terabytes.
“Beginning with the mass production of this new V-NAND-based NVMe SSD, which delivers the highest level of performance and density available today, we expect to greatly expand the high-density SSD market,” said Baek Jee-ho, vice president on memory marketing at the company. “Samsung plans to actively introduce V-NAND-based SSDs with even higher performance, density and reliability in the future to keep its global customers ahead of their competition.”
SSD has been replacing HDD because it is more durable and faster.
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