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Old 11th March 2009, 17:45   #1
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Default Toshiba to start SSD production in the Philippines in Q2

Confirming some fresh rumors, the buyer of Fujitsu's hard drive business, Toshiba, has revealed that it will start to manufacture solid state drives in the Philippines to complement the Japanese SSD production. Toshiba's intention comes from the need to increase its SSD output while maintaining production costs to relatively low levels, and thus take a bigger piece of the growing flash storage market. Work in the Philippines plant is expected to kick off in Q2 and it will see to the making of SSDs with capacities from 64 to 512GB that feature 43nm NAND flash memory chips.
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