Friday, August 4, 2017
NAND Cost and Roadmap to 128L and QLC
The numbers are in: NAND costs are coming down, even as prices increase.
64L TLC is a major cost reduction and will lead to widespread adoption and volume ramp of 3D NAND.
96L will follow one year later, with string stacking but still provide cost and density improvements.
96 QLC will ramp in parallel with TLC for applications that demand low cost and can tolerate performance.
We will show cost comparisons for each technology for 2017-2019 at Flash Memory Summit 2017 Wednesday Aug 9, session M-22. Also will show NAND vs ReRAM vs 3D XPoint costs in other sessions
Call to set up meeting to discuss which company is leading in cost and performance