Samsung launches first 3D V-NAND SSDs, reserved for enterprise

Scorpus

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Just a week after Samsung announced they had started mass-producing 3D Vertical NAND, the company has launched a range of solid state drives that use the technology. At this stage the 3D V-NAND SSDs are aimied only at enterprise applications,...

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Jad Chaar

Elite Techno Geek
I love this technology... its great! I cannot wait till the next series of consumer SSDs are released with this tech. Hopefully the 850 series will include this. Also, mSATA SSDs can get a big boost out of this tech.
 

Darth Shiv

TS Evangelist
Hmm good tech leap but needs SATA Express to complement! Everyone is just going 4k iops cause that's all they can do.
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

TS Evangelist
I love this technology... its great! I cannot wait till the next series of consumer SSDs are released with this tech. Hopefully the 850 series will include this. Also, mSATA SSDs can get a big boost out of this tech.
Excitable fellow aren't you? Relax, it'll be far too expensive initially to be relevant. Wait till it becomes mainstream then get excited.
 
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Jad Chaar

Elite Techno Geek
Excitable fellow aren't you? Relax, it'll be far too expensive initially to be relevant. Wait till it becomes mainstream then get excited.
Well, I think they can probably make a high performance line like they do now. They have the Evo, the 840, and the 840 Pro. They could add in a higher end line with this tech.
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

TS Evangelist
Well, I think they can probably make a high performance line like they do now. They have the Evo, the 840, and the 840 Pro. They could add in a higher end line with this tech.
They probably could but what sense would it make? The SATA 6Gbps we have now will probably only bottleneck it.