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Re: Stacked NAND?
resistion   7/16/2014 1:10:36 AM
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Stacking doesn't help reduce costs unless chip area is reduced sufficiently at the same time.

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Samsung SSD based on V-NAND
resistion   7/16/2014 12:47:11 AM
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The new SSD based on Samsung's second-generation V-NAND (32 layers) is already reviewed: http://www.anandtech.com/show/8239/update-on-samsung-850-pro-endurance-vnand-die-size/2

Maybe EETimes should cover it.

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Stacked NAND?
escher   5/22/2014 10:54:54 PM
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At what point will stacked NAND die (using TSVs) become competitive vs. the V-NAND architecture?



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