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SSD prices will continue to decline

For 8 years, solid-state hard disk applications have been on consumer computers for eight years. In the past eight years, users have turned to SSDs from refusal to familiarity, and from acceptance to discernment, they have clearly felt that the SSD market has entered a new consumption upgrade. In the first quarter of 2018, SSD competition was relatively fierce. With the increase of 64-layer 3D NAND production capacity of major flash memory manufacturers, the tight market conditions that have been plagued in the past two years have significantly improved, and the 120GB-240GB capacity solid state Hard disk prices have gradually returned to two years ago.
Stimulated by the price, orders for buyers of SSDs increased significantly. It is expected that market demand will continue to heat up in April and there will be a slight increase in SSD prices.
3D NAND technology has matured
Technological innovation has brought about continuous conversion of the process. From the SLC to the MLC, to the current TLC, to the 3D NAND, each revolution will drive the SSD market to a big step forward. With 3D NAND TLC particle technology, SSD capacity continues to increase, and users will never be surprised that solid-state hard drives can have such a large capacity. At present, Samsung, Toshiba, and Micron have all mass-produced 64-layer 3D NAND. It is expected that by the year 2018, 72- and 128-layer NAND will gradually become popular.
M.2 interface will unify all SSD interfaces
The M.2 solid-state hard disk is characterized by its small size and high speed. Although it started late, it is deeply loved by consumers. At present, the price of SATA M.2 SSD is basically the same as that of SATA interface SSD. The price of NVMe M.2 SSD is slightly higher. It is expected that the cost of NVMe SSDs will continue to fall in the third quarter of 2018, and the M.2 interface will unify all SSD interfaces.