A consortium comprising Apple, Dell Technologies and Bain Capital has reportedly agreed to acquire Toshiba's NAND flash memory manufacturing unit.
Samsung's new plant at its Pyeongtaek Campus, South Korea, commenced construction in May 2015 and has completed its first production run of 64-layer V-NAND.
Small cap company, Weebit Nano, the company behind what it says will be the next-generation of technology to replace "Flash" memory, listed on the ASX on Wednesday with a market value of $26 million.
Sounds like self-serving bullshit to me.
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