Top 5 terms on solid state storage you should know

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Excellent article! And it should be a resource to most people who consider themselves storage enthusiasts. I myself is SO ready to start fiddling with ReRAM populated drives right now. :slight_smile:

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NAND evolution from 1Gbit to 1Tbit.
Source: http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/column/kaigai/20130819_611653.html

Samsung announced 960GB V-NAND SSD made of 64 128Gbit chips.

64 128Gbit = 8 x 8 x 128Gbit = 8 x 128GByte = 1024GB

Those chips are made of 24 stacks or layers. Samsung hopes to achieve up to 96 stacks in the coming years.




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Ken sets me up for this one! NOW I want the Microsoft Word Translation Links, too! (I’m trying to learn just enough to read the Blond Jokes.)


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[QUOTE=ChristineBCW;2701817]Ken sets me up for this one! NOW I want the Microsoft Word Translation Links, too! (I’m trying to learn just enough to read the Blond Jokes.)[/QUOTE]

The Impress website is filled with so many pictures and English names that its pages can be read without too much agony with machine translation. Knowledge of several hundred Chinese characters can be vastly helpful as well.