Micron has ramped up production of its latest high-capacity QLC-based NAND flash chips, catering to both consumer and enterprise markets.


Through enhanced bit density, these chips boast a 28% reduction in size compared to competitors, while delivering NAND I/O speeds of 2400MT/s, a 50% increase over previous iterations. Such breakthrough has contributed to the highest QLC NAND layer count record to be broken and now sitting at 232.

Micron 2500 PCIe 4.0 SSD

In the realm of SSDs, the Micron 2500 stands out as the first PCIe 4.0 drive to approach the protocol’s theoretical maximum speed of 7.1GBps sequential read speeds, all without the need for an AIC.

With capacities ranging from 512GB to 2TB and available in various form factors including M.2 2280/2242/2230, the Micron 2500 emerges as a top choice for high-performance storage and OS drives across a wide array of modern systems and handheld consoles.

For OEM partners, Micron offers a single-side chip option, facilitating easier and more compact integration into devices such as laptops and ultra-thin devices.


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