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South Korea: Fresh ‘MERS’ virus case reported, total number rise to 181

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Seoul: South Korea ,on Friday, reported one fresh case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, taking the total number to 181.

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The health ministry reported of two deaths, escalating the toll to 31, Xinhua news agency reported. The fatality rate due to the virus has risen to 17.1 percent.

The number of those quarantined, rose from 2,642 on Thursday to 2,931 on Friday.

 

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Samsung Set To Produce The First 4-Bit SATA Solid-State Drive (SSD) For Consumers.

The South Korean tech giant said it would launch several 4-bit consumer SSDs later this year with 1TB (terabyte), 2TB, and 4TB capacities in the widely used 2.5-inch form factor.

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Setting the stage for rolling out advanced memory technology to meet the growing demand for faster, more reliable performance across a wide span of applications, Samsung on Tuesday said it began mass producing the industry’s first 4-bit SATA solid-state drive (SSD) for consumers.

The South Korean tech giant said it would launch several 4-bit consumer SSDs later this year with 1TB (terabyte), 2TB, and 4TB capacities in the widely used 2.5-inch form factor.

The new 4-bit quad-level cell (QLC) SSD is expected to bring a new level of efficiency to consumer SSDs.

“Samsung’s new 4-bit SATA SSD will herald a massive move to terabyte-SSDs for consumers,” said Jaesoo Han, Executive Vice President of Memory Sales and Marketing at Samsung Electronics.

South Korean brand Samsung is all set to launch several 4-bit consumer SSDs later this year.
“Samsung’s new 4-bit SATA SSD will herald a massive move to terabyte-SSDs for consumers.

“As we expand our line-up across consumer segments and to the enterprise, 4-bit terabyte-SSD products will rapidly spread throughout the entire market,” Han added.

Typically, as data stored within a memory cell increases from three bits to four, the chip capacity per unit area would rise and the electrical charge (used to determine information from a sensor) would decrease by as much as 50 per cent, making it considerably more difficult to maintain a device’s desired performance and speed.

However, Samsung’s 4-bit 4TB QLC SATA SSD maintains its performance levels at the same level as a 3-bit SSD, by using a 3-bit SSD controller and TurboWrite technology, according to the company.

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With its new 1Tb 4-bit V-NAND chip, Samsung said it will be able to efficiently produce a 128GB memory card for smartphones that will lead the charge toward higher capacities for high-performance memory storage. (IANS)

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