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Default Next-gen NAND fuels 1TB SanDisk X300s SSD

There's another terabyte SSD in town. SanDisk's new X300s runs the gamut from 64GB all the way up to 1TB. It's based on the second generation of 19-nm MLC NAND developed by SanDisk's joint flash fabrication venture with Toshiba. This "1Y" NAND shortens the cell size from 19 x 26 nm to 19 x 19.5 nm, delivering a 25% reduction in area—not bad for an incremental shrink.

Although the X300s addresses the bulk of its flash with two bits per cell, a small slice is treated as single-bit SLC NAND. This portion of the flash is devoted to nCache, ...
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