- NAND memory
At the GS Nanotech factory, using Stack-Die technology (multi-tiered mounting) up to four memory chips can be installed in a single microcircuit package. This is how 256 GB memory chips are produced. In the future, it is planned to start production of eight-crystal memory modules with a capacity of 1 TB.
GS Nanotech encapsulated NAND memory form the basis of the first russian SSDs - solid-state drives, which GS Group has been mass-producing since 2018. The bulk of GS SSDs are manufactured using 3D TLC memory - the most popular in the world in the production of solid-state storage devices (about 90% of the market). A number of models use 3D MLC memory, which is more reliable in terms of resource and the number of rewriting cycles, and is in demand among russian manufacturers of computers, video surveillance systems and other solutions where enhanced reliability is required.