Does YMTC’s “Xtacking” 3D NAND Make Sense? – Site License
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 site license for a single geographical site.
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.
The site license allows one electronic copy to be stored on a server, and up to ten print copies to be circulated both of which are limited to a single geographical company site.
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