Toshiba launches world’s first SSD-made 19nm
Toshiba was already dabbling a couple of months to manufacture NAND flash memory chips to 19nm, the smallest in the industry. Now the company has materialized such efforts in ready to be sold through the series THNSNF for solid state drives (SSD). No, no coffee spilled on the keyboard, but really that’s the name.
As already mentioned, are the first to adopt a 19nm manufacturing process, resulting in better performance and lower power consumption: good for where you look. Used Toggle MLC NAND flash, standard in the field, and in all units consumes only 0.1 W.
There are three models premiered, all 6Gbps SATA interface: the thickness of 9.5mm THNSNFxxxGBSS with the 7mm and THNSNFxxxGCSS THNSNFxxxGMCS which connects via mSATA (also 6Gbps).
Is expected to begin mass production in August this year, since when the assemblers may include these drives in notebooks, and tablets Ultrabooks.19 nm, 19nm, computex, computex 2012, computex2012, ctx, ctx 2012, ctx12, ctx2012, nm, solid state drive, ssd, Storage, THNSNF, Toshia, Toshiba THNSNF