Samsung’s new V-NAND chips pave the way for cheap multi-terabyte SSDs

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Samsung Electronics today announced that it has doubled the density of its 3D NAND variant V-NAND.

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cheap to make… but street level prices will be comparable to what you see today in the SSD marketplace… no MFG is going to glut the market with ultra dirt cheap multi terabyte SSD drives just yet! They will continue to milk that high price niche for at least another 5 years while they recoup that PRECIOU$ R&D money…