Samsung's new 48-layer 3D V-NAND chips means we may soon see even larger SSDs reaching multi-terabyte capacities.
Industry voiceA recent survey of 100 IT managers from key industry sectors showed that many are confused about the use of all-flash.
With an aim to the future of mobile memory storage, Samsung starts making a slimmer though more powerful chip.
The demand for iPhones and iPods is expected to be so great this year, Apple has bought up a huge chunk of the world's flash memory supply, causing shortages and raising prices for other manufacturers.
Physically smaller, less power-hungry solid-state drives could be on the way, after researchers came up with a new way to build the alternatives to spinning hard drives.
Falling demand for the flash memory chips used in devices like iPods and digital cameras has hit Toshiba hard this week, with the Japanese giant reporting its latest quarterly profits fell by a massive 99 per cent.