Allied Market Research published a detailed report on the 3D NAND Flash Memory Market. The global 3D NAND flash memory market is expected to garner $39 billion by 2022 from its value of $5.2 billion. The market is anticipated to show a compound annual growth rate of 33.7% in the forecast period 2014–2022. The report highlights the different business verticals, key factors, and also the winning strategies adopted by the leading players which have fuelled the growth of the market.
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The 3D NAND Memory Market has received unprecedented demand in the recent years. 3D NAND memory chips have stacks of memory cells arranged vertically in multiple layers on a silicon substrate.
The memory cell is stimulated in the third dimension to obtain increased density. The development of 3D NAND flash memory chips has resulted in better storage and higher speed at a lower cost.
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D NAND flash memory is gaining huge traction with growing number of layers but this will not be able to completely eradicate the utilization of 2D NAND flash memory. In addition to this, some of the market players have already started the work in the direction for utilizing the three dimensional architecture in new technologies other than 3D NAND.
Toshiba to take the 3D NAND Flash memory market by storm with a trio of products
Toshiba recently announced the arrival of its latest products, using the 64-layer 3D NAND chips, in the market- SATA, SAS, and NVMe products. The TMC PM5 series is a 12Gbit/s SAS Solid State Drive (SSD).
Up to 30.72 TB is offered in a 2.5-inch form factor. This latest development addresses the problems of big data faced by data centers with a performance of 3,350 Mb/s of sequential read and 2,720 Mb/s of sequential write.
Multi-stream write technology that facilitates in managing and grouping data types is supported by the PM5 series. This feature leads to high levels of endurance and low latency.
Toshiba also announced an NVMe option- the CM5 SSD. Persistent Memory Region is supported by the CM5s, available in capacities ranging from 800 GB to 15.36 TB.
Taking its SG5 a step ahead is the SG6 6bit/s SATA SSD, offered in SATA 3 and M.2 2280 form factors. It offers speeds up to 550 Mb/s for reads and 535 Mb/s for writes.
The SG6 series is the best-suited option for upgrading old laptops and desktops without a faster interface.
Samsung launches portable SSD T5 using V-NAND
The latest innovation from Samsung is the pocket-sized 2.5 inches portable SSD T5 using V-NAND. With laptops getting thinner by the day, the T5 is the perfect solution to stuff more data in these devices.
V-NAND aims at maximizing space by arranging layers of silicon on top of each other.The portable SSD uses 64 layers to improve the efficiency of data transfer and to reduce the usage of power.
The Samsung Portable SSD T5 comes with an aluminum case that can protect it from a fall of up to 6.6 feet. Samsung claims that its newest version can give transfer speeds of up to 540Mb/s and can be connected to any PC or laptop since it has USB-C and USB 3.0 cables.
The Samsung SSD T5 comes with a high cost for the amazing features that it offers. The 2TB version, available with blue enclosures, costs $799 whereas the 2GB version, with a black unibody shell, comes at a price of $129.99.
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