- Moore's Law
- V-Chip Samsung Nand
- Mass production V-NAND
- Market Cycle technology introduction
In an ordinary memory transistors are placed next to each other, on a two-dimensional manner. These layers are sometimes called 'stacked' in chips, but the layers are separate. With the new V-chip NAND Samsung provides a major advancement in storage capacity, increasing the capacity and speed of computer memory would greatly increase. The price of memory on the other hand would come down.
In the 3D V-Nand the various layers in the chip are also linked vertically. Another technology that Samsung developed earlier, "charge staircase flash ', prevents the cells from being destroyed communication with other layers of transistors in the chip. This increases the speed of the memory and allows the memory chip reliable. Through the communication between the different layers, these are the first 3D memory chips.
The V-NAND chips are according to Samsung 2 to 10 times more reliable than the chips which are now on the market. The company also says that the writing would be twice the fastest chips are already sold.
On August 13, 2013 the first finished with V Nand chips were proposed. Samsung it processes provided for in Flash Memory for servers and data centers. The SSD Nand V-Chip is 20 percent more efficient and 40 percent more efficient in energy use. The first SSDs with V Nand chips are available in two capacities: 480 and 960 GB. The largest of 960 GB provides the most gains in reliability and energy efficiency. The speed of these SSDs is huge with approximately six gigabits per second.
The innovators are electronic 'hipsters'. The Innovator Group one sometimes associates with the young, higher income classes, and technology specialists. They may not see as first the added value of a new technology, but they are quickly willing to pay relatively common. The technology is new and scarce, and the high prices often serve mainly to recoup research. As the curve rise, prices fall slightly. The technology become integrated and used to or a good addition to previous technology by more and more people as superior. Usually, a technology already obsolete by new technologies when the 'late majority' purchase them. Laggards have very long maintained older technology.