Turning flash into a load of old Tosh
Toshiba shareholders have approved a proposal to split off the Japanese company's prized NAND flash memory unit.
Recovering from a list of multi-billion dollar writedowns
According to a recent Chinese-language report, TSMC and Foxconn Electronics are partnering up to place bids for shares of Toshiba’s memory business after the company dealt with a major loss in its devices and components business last year amid a drop in global memory prices. And problems with nuclear matters.
Has begun to sample
Troubled Japanese chipmaker Toshiba has begun shipping samples of its third-generation 3D NAND memory product.
Seen kicking the tires
SK Hynix is set to make a fresh bid for Toshiba's flash memory chip business, should the Japanese conglomerate offer more of it for sale..
Bidders having various thoughts
Toshiba may delay the sale of its flash memory chip unit after the conglomerate said it would consider selling most, even all, of the marquee business, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Claims to be the first ever
Western Digital has lifted the kimono on the first-ever 512 gigabit 64-layer NAND chip claiming it is a stride forward in the new 3D NAND technology.
Flash in the pan
After a couple of months of rumours and speculation, troubled nuclear powered, electronics maker Toshiba has given up on its flash memory chip business and will flog most of it.
Available only in 120GB and 240GB capacities
Toshiba has announced its new OCZ TL100 SSD series that will be using both a Toshiba controller as well as Toshiba TLC NAND.
Brings TLC prices with 15nm MLC NAND
Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) has announced its newest OCZ VX500 SATA SSD series, which will be based on a Toshiba controller, 15nm MLC NAND and promises great price/GB with MLC-performance.
With TR150, VT180 and RD400 SSDs
Although there were no new products, OCZ took an opportunity to show its new Toshiba-OCZ branded SSD lineup at Computex 2016, showing both the new VT180 and TR150 SSDs and the recently launched high-end RD400 series SSDs.