by May 29, 2014 0 comments

With the newest technology and innovation, Samsung brings new high capacity flash drives based on 3D technology. The company announced its 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB flash memory options for the high-end PCs. The premium SSDs are based on 2nd generation V-NANA flash memory technology, in which the chips are stacked vertically.

The company is extending its V-NAND line-up to high end PC application to expand its market share. Young-Hyun Jun, executive vice president, memory sales and marketing, Samsung Electronics said at the event that “We increased the availability of our 3D V-NAND by introducing an extensive V-NAND SSD line-up that covers the PC market in addition to data centers.”

“Look for us to provide a consistent, timely supply of high-performance, high-density V-NAND SSDs as well as core V-NAND chips for IT customers globally, contributing to fast market adoption of 3D NAND technology” he added further.

The 1 TB capacity flash memory could ratchet up SSD storage in laptops. The new SSDs are 20% more power efficient and two times durable in writing data than conventional NAND-Based SSDs. Samsung will launch additional premium 3D-based SSDs based on 2nd generation V-NAND with higher density and reliability later this year to satisfy a diversity of customers’ needs. Yet, company hasn’t spoken about the price of theses flash memories.

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