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Toshiba introduces first SSDs built on its 96-layer 3D flash memory

• newatlas.com By Paul Ridden

The company says that it's aiming its XG6 series at client computer, high performance mobile, embedded, gaming and data center systems.

The XG6 drives use Toshiba's 96-layer BiCS FLASH 3D memory with 3 bits per cell for improved the performance, density and efficiency of solid state storage and a capacity increase of about 40 percent per unit chip size compared to 64-layer 3D flash modules.

The drives are reported capable of 3,180 MB/sec sequential read and almost 3,000 MB/sec sequential write speeds, with an IOPS performance rating of up to 355,000 random read executions and 365,000 random writes, while sipping just 4.7 W of power.

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