Kioxia Prototype First 2TB MicroSDXC Memory Card
Kioxia Corporation, a spinoff of Toshiba, is a world leader in memory solutions, and today, they debuted the first working prototype of a 2TB microSDXC memory card. The company utilized its innovative BiCS FLASHTM 3D flash memory and an in-house designed controller to make this card a reality.



The 2TB microSDXC memory card was designed with the company’s proprietary manufacturing technology, the and the prototypes were built by stacking sixteen 1 terabit dies of 3D flash memory to achieve a maximum thickness of 0.8 mm at the die mounting area, which makes them ideal for high-capacity data recording applications. Mass production of these cards is expected to start in 2023. In related news, it may be a while until we see this small diamond wafer that can store 25-exabytes hit stores.

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As the data recording capacity of smartphones, action cameras, and portable game consoles continues to increase, the need for ultra-high capacity SD memory cards to store all of this data has never been higher. The SD Association’s SDXC specification has supported memory cards up to 2TB for more than a decade – but 2TB cards have not been successfully manufactured until now,” said the company.