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Toshiba, the Inventor of Flash Memory
In 1984, Toshiba developed a new semiconductor memory, Flash Memory, and by doing so led the industry, and its competitors, into the next generation.
Now the international de facto standard, NAND Flash Memories have realized an immense range of applications that include everything from Memory Card and Solid-State Drives (SSDs) to industrial equipment.
As the total volume of information continues its exponential growth, demand for storage using NAND Flash Memories is growing with it. In order to meets these market needs, Toshiba has made major investments in plants and equipment at its Yokkaichi memory fab, and is resolutely committed to developing new products.
This brochure highlights Toshiba's NAND Flash Memory and other Memory Solutions
NAND flash memory is suitable for storing large amounts of data.
Toshiba manufactures its NAND Flash Memories at its Yokkaichi Operations, in order to maintain quality.
On September 9, 2014, Phase 2 of Fab 5 was opened, and construction began on the new Fab 2.
In order to meet the growing demand for memory chips, Toshiba has increased its plant investments to expand manufacturing capacity and accelerate the development and production of next-generation memories.