YMTC Adds Detail to NAND Plans
Xtacking chips run up to 3.0 Gbits/second
Rick Merritt, EE | Times
8/6/2018 09:00 AM EDT
"As monolithic die density increases with each successive generation of 3D NAND, it becomes much more challenging to maintain or improve performance for a given [sold-state drive] capacity" said Gregory Wong, principal analyst at Forward Insights.
Gregory Wong was quoted in YMTC’s press statement as follows, "Higher I/O speed and multi-plane operation will be necessary to achieve the required SSD performance going forward"