back to article Samsung barks out the orders, reveals its 3D flash lead

The top dog in the flash industry has just barked out loud and strong; emphasising its 3D flash process lead, Samsung is mass-producing 48-layer, 256Gbit 3D NAND chips, essentially tech SanDisk/Toshiba is hopeful of shipping next year. Sammy is currently shipping 32-layer 3D V-NAND chips which Dell is using in its Storage …

  1. Nate Amsden

    can dell use those ssds

    On any workload or are they limited to "read optimized" workloads.

    The original article about dell's usage of these SSDs didn't say

    I know dell compellent has distinguished between read and write optimized (generally SLC) SSDs in the past

    Just curious

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