Toshiba has taken a leaf out of Japan’s high density living by stacking 48 layers of flash memory in a 3D array to produce the world’s first 256-Gigabit (32 Gigabytes), 3 bit per cell TLC, 3D, BiCS, flash memory.
Flash based storage is fast becoming a viable alternative to spinning disks for enterprise storage use if evidence given by some of Australia’s top law firms is acceptable proof.
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