Samsung expects to take 20 percent of desktop storage market with hybrid drives

In line with its announcement of developing NAND flash based Solid State Disks (SSDs) in mid-2005, Samsung Electronics expects its NAND flash based SSDs to grab 20 percent of the desktop PC storage market by 2008, according to a company official during a "Flash Day" event held in Taiwan. Eyeing growing demand for NAND flash in digital handheld and electronics markets, Samsung has been able to double NAND flash chip densities every year over the past couple of years.

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