Solid State Drives feature NAND memory.
NAND manufacturers have placed NAND memory cells much closer together on a flat surface to make their drives smaller but with higher capacity.
Initially this had some level of success but flash memory starts to lose its reliability when the cells are too close together.
To bypass this limitation the manufacturers stacked the memory cells on top of each other to increase capacity. It is this format that is now commonly referred to as 3D NAND.
Here the cells within the SSD have been further developed and enhanced through this process of cell stacking. This has been particularly true for 3D NAND.
With the shortcomings of cell density overcome, 3D NAND has come to dominate the market for Solid State Drives.
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