"Samsung is in discussions with Google to end some minor differences such as guaranteed shipments and pricing," said an executive from a Samsung Electronics partner company, also describing the deal as "sizeable".
Based on Samsung's 3D V-NAND, the SSDs allow 32-layers to be stacked on top of one another to enable more memory to be crammed into the same space as the company current planar 2D NAND standard.
Amazon on board
Samsung's new technology is proving popular with Amazon, Apple and possibly even Facebook looking to get in on the fun in the near future. It is also targeting the consumer market and to that end, the company has two new tiny SSDs ready to be crammed into the new generation of svelte ultrabooks.
The Korean behemoth isn't alone in the 3D V-NAND sector and has in fact already been outdone by Toshiba's and SanDisk's effort that stacks a whopping 48-layers plus Intel and Micron also have their own offering.
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