Posts tagged as: Flash Memory

Micron’s 3D QLC NAND Flash Memory May Lead to Larger SSDs

Micron is planning to launch a line of solid state drives based on three-dimensional (3D) quadruple-level cell (QLC) flash memory, similar to what Toshiba announced last June. While initial products will take aim at the enterprise sector, and in particular datacenters that rely on 7,200 RPM hard drives, according to The Register, it’s only a matter of […]

Amazon Gold Box – Up to 70% off SanDisk Memory Cards

    Today’s Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day is up to 70% off select SanDisk memory products. A total of 9 different products are available with prices ranging from $7.99 to $89.99. This is a great opportunity to put a surplus of fast storage in your DSLR camera, GoPro, Android phone/tablet or any other device that accepts SD […]

Kingston Uses MobileLite Wireless as an Example in Fusion of Art & Technology Infographic

  The folks over at Kingston sent us an infographic, which you can see below, demonstrating the dramatic fusion of art and technology over time as a result of the increasingly useful, portable and cost-effective tech tools. It  highlights several unique 21st century artistic achievements such as  3D scanners, digital drawing tablets, e-readers and memory […]

PNY Lauchs StorEDGE Flash Memory Expansion Module for Macbooks

PNY has launched StorEDGE -a  new Flash Memory Expansion Module designed exclusively for use in MacBook computers to quickly and easily increase available storage capacity while keeping you mobile. Engineered as a semi-permanent storage solution, StorEdge simply plugs directly into your MacBook to radically upgrade your flash memory without compromising your notebook’s sleek design. StorEdge […]

SanDisk Announces Smallest Ever 128-Gigabit Flash Chip

SanDisk’s NAND flash lineup may have set a record Wednesday after the company claimed to have the world’s smallest 128-gigabit (16GB) memory chip. The 19 nanometer, three-bit-per-cell storage has a footprint of about 170mm square (0.26in square), or less than that of a penny. It’s also relatively quick for its capacity and size at 144Mbps […]

Apple May Acquire Anobit in $500 Million Deal

Apple is rumored to be in talks to buy an Israeli startup called Anobit in deal said to be valued up to $500 million. The fabless semiconductor company has developed a flash memory controller technology that makes cheap non-volatile memory work as well as more expensive memory. The company claims to be able to make […]

Intel and Micron Demo 128Gb, Ship 64Gb Flash

Intel and Micron today have made the first 128-gigabit (16GB) NAND flash chip. The 20-nanometer part is twice as dense as before even as it keeps up a quick 333 megatransfers per second. With the option of stacking as many as eight chips on top of each other, it may be the first design to […]

Samsung Displays Exynos 4212, Fast 64GB flash

Samsung announced a ton of new chip and memory technology. The headliner was its Exynos 4212. The dual-core chip is primarily a clock speed boost and jumps from 1.2GHz to 1.5GHz, helped in part by a new 32 nanometer process. While already seen in the Galaxy S II LTE, it’s now known to have a […]

Toshiba Announces 19nm Flash Memory

Toshiba late Wednesday revealed its first example of 19 nanometer NAND flash memory in a step that could lead to very high capacity smartphone and tablet storage. The two-bit-per-cell, 8GB per chip technology is the smallest ever and could double the capacity of mobile devices even before most have been using the previous upgrade. The […]

Samsung, Seagate Unite Hard Drive Units in $1.38b Deal

Samsung and Seagate on Tuesday lived up to rumors by striking a deal for their storage businesses. Under the terms, Samsung will fold its hard drive business into Seagate’s while Seagate will in turn give Samsung drives for computers and other devices. Samsung will bring its flash memory into play and feed not just Seagate’s […]

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