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Samsung introduces 4TB SSD for a cool $1,500

Samsung introduces 4TB SSD for a cool $1,500 Samsung’s new 4TB SSD is a $1,500 solid state drive that aims to replace your HDD altogether, provided you’ve got four figures to drop on a storage medium in the first place.With SSD prices continuing to fall year-on-year thanks to 3D stacked NAND, why bother buying a hard drive at all?

Micron launches reconfigurable 5100 Series enterprise SSDs sporting 3D TLC NAND

Micron launches reconfigurable 5100 Series enterprise SSDs sporting 3D TLC NAND Typically, enterprise and many consumer drives are based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND, which stores two bits of information per cell.What makes Micron’s drives different is that the company is using 3D NAND flash instead of traditional 2D (planar) NAND.

Western Digital, Toshiba announce first 512Gbit 64-layer TLC 3D-NAND

Western Digital, Toshiba announce first 512Gbit 64-layer TLC 3D-NAND “The launch of the industry’s first 512Gb 64-layer 3D NAND chip is another important stride forward in the advancement of our 3D NAND technology, doubling the density from when we introduced the world’s first 64-layer architecture in July 2016,” said Dr.Siva Sivaram, executive vice president, memory technology, Western Digital.

The people behind TLC's 'No Scrubs' just got a writing credit on that Ed Sheeran song stuck in your head

The people behind TLC's 'No Scrubs' just got a writing credit on that Ed Sheeran song stuck in your head What do a 26-year-old redhead from England and a '90s R&B girl group from the United States have in common?Ed Sheeran's latest inescapable chart-topper "Shape of You" just got a few new writers — and they're none other than brains behind TLC's hit "No Scrubs.

Western Digital Unveils 96-layer NAND, 4-bit QLC breakthrough

Western Digital Unveils 96-layer NAND, 4-bit QLC breakthrough Western Digital is typically thought of as a traditional HDD manufacturer more than an SSD firm, but the company’s joint NAND flash venture with Toshiba is designed to change that.First, WD claims that it will begin sampling 96-layer NAND flash by the end of this year, with early commercial volumes ramping up in 2018.