Micron 's 20nm NAND flash storage media has been integrated into Skyhawk, a high-capacity flash enterprise storage system.
San Jose-based Skyera is using Micron's 20nm, 128 gigabit multilevel cell (MLC) NAND flash storage media to pack an astounding 44 terabytes (TB) into Skyhawk, a single, compact enterprise storage system for big data, cloud computing, and virtualization applications.
Skyera's Skyhawk system
uses more than 3,000 Micron flash storage components, creating a storage solution that fits into a 1U form factor - about the size of a pizza box.
Micron's 20nm monolithic 128Gb device was the first in the industry to enable a terabit (Tb) of data storage in a single fingertip-size package. It is currently in mass production.