1Tb TLC and QLC flash chips
Kioxia Corporation and Western Digital Corp., have both announced today details of their newest 3D flash memory technology, the 218-layer 3D NAND with 1Tb TLC and QLC chips.
Spending $2.38 billion on research
Japan is spending $2.38 billion to build the joint research hub with the US on 2nm process technology.
To bring higher capacity SSDs in future
Kioxia has showcased 7-bit HLC NAND at the International Memory Workshop (IMW), which could bring higher-capacity SSDs in the future.
The thinnest one yet at 1.1mm
KIOXIA has announced that it has started sampling its 1TB Universal Flash Storage (UFS) ver. 3.1 embedded flash memory devices, which is also the thinnest 1TB UFS offering available at just a 1.1mm high package.
Kioxia CM6 and CD6 series PCIe 4.0 NVMe now available on Supermicro systems
Kioxia and Supermicro have both announced that Kioxia's CM6 and CD6 series PCIe 4.0 NVMe enterprise and data center SDs have been qualified on Supermicro server and storage platforms.
Not worth it while the US and China are at each other's throats
Flash memory maker Kioxia Holdings shelved plans for what would have been Japan’s largest initial public offering (IPO) because everything is being messed up by the U.S-China tensions.
Review: Upgrade SSD for cheap
Microsoft’s Surface Pro X arrived last year and brought to the market the latest ARM-based CPU that works with Windows 10. It promises an all-day battery life, WIFI, and, more importantly, high-speed LTE connectivity with the Nano-SIM or eSIM card onboard.
Getting rid of the old Tosh
Toshiba Memory has announced that it's now operating under the new name – Kioxia.