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Invest Implications: 'Market Trends: 3D NAND — A Parallel Effort With Limited Traction Until 2015'

Published: 30 October 2013

ID: G00259208

Analyst(s): Tim Mahon


With current NAND technology reaching its electrical and manufacturing limits, 3D NAND is looking like the technology front-runner for the future. Although 3D NAND will begin initial production in 2014, full industry adoption will likely be limited until at least 2015.

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