Toshiba will mass-produce SSD for laptop computers, the production scale will be 15 times the current level

Both high-speed transfer and low price of about 10,000 yen are compatibleA practical model appearedOther, Intel and others recentlyTo produce a high capacity model with high cost performanceAlthough it is a recording medium "SSD" using flash memory that announced, it became clear that Toshiba will start mass production.

With this, you may be able to expect price reduction due to mass production effect.

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Toshiba Increases New Type Storage Device SSD Business - Latest News: IT-PLUS

According to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun news report, Toshiba is going to embark on mass production of SSD for laptop computers mainly as a recording medium to replace HDD.

Currently Toshiba manufactures about 40,000 SSDs a month at the Yokkaichi Plant, the flagship factory of semiconductors. In the second half of FY2010, however, Toshiba said it will raise the production scale to about 600,000 pieces a month, which is the current 15 times higher. By promoting large capacity and low cost, we aim to achieve sales of over 100 billion yen in FY2010 and aim for 50% of the world market share.

Already in Toshiba's earnings forecasts for fiscal 2008 (April 2008 - March 2009)We anticipate that the NAND flash memory division will have a deficit of approximately 39 billion yenIs it the idea of ​​seeking activity while death by daringly proceeding? It is a place to worry about the future.

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