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Samsung expands the production of 1-terabit (1Tb) triple-level cell eighth-generation V-NAND chips

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Samsung is known as the biggest producer of memory chips in the world. As of now, we are hearing something incredible as per the announcement made by the company. The recent announcement by the company states that it has just begun the mass production of 1-terabit (1Tb) triple-level cell eighth-generation V-NAND chips. These chips are considered as having the highest storage as well as bit density in the industry. These chips are designed with a special focus on high-end enterprise servers.

The chip is produced by expanding the bit productivity for each semiconductor wafer. This is how strategically the South Korean firm accomplished the standard of the industry’s highest bit density. Some unique attributes of the chip are as follows:

  1. It is based on the new Toggle DDR 5.0 interface
  2. It features input and output speeds of up to 2.4Gbps
  3. It uses 3D scaling to surface area and height

The speed of 2.4Gbps is a boost of around 1.2x compared to the chips generated previously. Furthermore, the 3D scaling specifically implies the dodging of cell-to-cell interference.

The V-NAND chip is well equipped to adapt to PCIe 4.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards. It is speculated that the new storage chips will be highly beneficial for the automotive sector as well as the next-generation enterprise servers. Concerning the automotive sector, one of the main concerns is reliability.

Given this information, Samsung is aiming to target future vehicles. Where 8th generation V-NAND chips of Samsung hold a significant value for the future of the automotive sector. this is something quite interesting. For time being the new V-NAND chips are projected to be utilized in high-end enterprise servers initially given the next few months. For now, let’s just patiently wait for the updates and releases.

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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