Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016

Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016

Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016

Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016


Samsung have just announced that they are going to release 4TB 2.5" and 1TB M.2 SSDs in early 2016 thanks to their new 48-Layer V-NAND technology. 

Previously their V-NAND was only 32-layers high, allowing Samsung to have 50% more storage per memory die when using their new 48-layer V-NAND. 


Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016  Samsung to release 4TB SSDs in Early 2016  


Right now with Samsung's 48-Layer V-NAND Samsung has 256Gb, or 32GB, of storage per die, allowing storage devices to be created with much higher storage density than ever before. 

Samsung intends to update all of their product lines with this new type of flash in all of their current V-NAND using product ranges, saying that this change will increase memory performance and decrease power consumption. 


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Most Recent Comments

23-09-2015, 08:00:42

.... just got my 2TBs not long ago.Quote

23-09-2015, 08:19:17

Damn Samsung are leaving everyone else behind Quote

23-09-2015, 09:51:51

The prices on their drives have been coming down like crazy! Almost took the bait for a 1TB model below $375 USD.Quote

23-09-2015, 09:59:40

Hehe 4TB? That's just slightly crazy!Quote

23-09-2015, 10:07:27

Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
Hehe 4TB? That's just slightly crazy!
Will Tom go mad and use these to replace the 4TB HDDs in WD40?Quote

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