Does YMTC’s “Xtacking” 3D NAND Make Sense? – Single User
YMTC plans to compete in the 3D NAND market using a proprietary stacked-chip technology. This three-page brief explains why this is happening and what it means to the industry. This is a single-user license.
Considerable attention has recently been focused on YMTC, China’s new NAND flash manufacturer, and its groundbreaking “Xtacking” approach to 3D NAND production. This Brief performs a rough cost analysis on this technology to try and understand whether the company will be able to use this technique to produce NAND flash at competitive prices.
This 3-page Brief examines YMTC’s NAND flash design to determine its competitive position. Two illustrations help to explain how the technology compares to standard 3D NAND.
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