Western Digital could create world's largest maker of NAND memory.
YMTC has started volume production of its first 3D NAND process. It manufactures the 64-layer, 256Gb TLC dies with its Xtacking technology for putting the CMOS under the NAND array.
Micron opened its latest 3D NAND Fab 10 expansion in Singapore last week. The expansion will support the companies' 96-layer and beyond process nodes.
Team Group went all in on RGBs with new memory, flash drives, and external drive cases at Computex, as well as liquid-cooling a PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD.
Transcend Information, a flash memory maker from Taiwan, announced its latest low-cost eMMC storage solution called the EMC210.
Kingston, one of the biggest manufacturers of RAM and flash storage will be holding two contests in the run up to CES 2014 – one eSports and the other for overclocking enthusiasts.
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SanDisk is now sampling flash memory products based on the company's second-generation 19-nm process tech.
Scythe has released a card reader that is a little more exciting than we're used to from card readers.