New Intel and Micron 3D NAND to make 10TB SSDs possible

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: New Intel and Micron 3D NAND to make 10TB SSDs possible[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/03/3D_NAND_Die_with_M2_SSD-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

Micron and Intel today announced the first samples of their 3D NAND flash memory chips have been sent to manufacturers.

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#2

More than happy to have +1TB of storage on an M.2 :slight_smile: PCIe Gen3 on my system. Also more than happy to pay for that.
Finally things are moving forward, and away from the SATA bottleneck.


#3

This is good news.

Not that we need more space (at least not the home user) but this could cut down prices and give the users more storage. At last the SSDs in the region of 120Gb can move up a bit. So we all get more “standard” storage for the same price as yesterday. Will be nice to have some additional space you can use when you need to and it will be fast to.