JEDEC's UFS 3.0 will double the bandwidth of flash storage

Carly Page
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New standard will be used in mobile devices, VR headsets and cars

Standards body JEDEC has promised that its newest standard, Universal Flash Storage (UFS) version 3.0, will double the bandwidth and lower the power consumption of flash storage. UFS 3.0, which ...

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