3D NAND memory sales dropped
24.3 per cent quarter-over-quarter
The production and price of 3D NAND memory dropped faster than a free falling team of performing elephants who forgot to pack their parachutes.
Macronix comes up with new 3D NAND structure
Single-gate vertical channel (SGVC)
Macronix is releasing details of a new 3D NAND structure, called single-gate vertical channel (SGVC).
3D NAND flash output to increase in 2H 2017
Industry attempts to close global supply shortages
According to sources within the memory industry, global production of 3D NAND flash memory chips is expected to expand substantially in the second half of 2017, exceeding the output of 2D NAND chips by the fourth quarter of the year.
ADATA announces Ultimate SU700 series SSDs
Based on 3D NAND
ADATA revealed its new Ultimate SU700 2.5-inch SATA 6Gpbs SSD series that will use 3D NAND, paired up with a new Maxiotek controller.
Plextor to announce its M8Se SSDs at CES 2017 show
Based on 15nm Toshiba TLC NAND
Plextor has announced that it will be showing both the final version of its M8Se performance mainstream SSD as well as future SSDs based on 3D NAND flash at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas.
Intel going flat out on NAND flash
Look out Samsung
Chipzilla has seen how NAND flash storage rising and memory makers are speeding up 3D NAND flash product development and thought “I’ll be ‘aving some of that”.
Intel preparing new M.2 PCIe 610P SSD series
Based on TLC 3D NAND
According to the latest leaked slide, Intel is working on the new performance-segment 610P series SSD based on TLC 3D NAND, M.2 2280 form-factor and PCIe NVMe interface.
China to produce 3D NAND chips
Ready for next year
The Chinese will be switching on their first 12-inch fab and churning out NAND flash and DRAM memory at the end of 2016.
Intel refreshes SSDs
Six new flavours with IMFT 3D NAND
Intel is refreshing its consumer, data centre and IoT SSDs with six SSDs with its new IMFT 3D NAND under the bonnet.
Applied Materals surprises Wall Street
Chip making could be picking up
There are signs that chip making might be starting to pick up after one of the largest supplier of tools used to make semiconductors turned in a bigger than expected profit.