World’s highest-capacity microSD card can store more than one million floppy disks

Micron has unveiled the world’s highest-capacity microSD card, the i400, with storage space of up to 1.5TB, 50% more than the former champion, the C200.

The semiconductor giant reached that capacity by using its 176-layer 3D NAND technology (similar to that used in SSDs) and will target the enterprise market, especially anything that has to do with video storage at the edge. In other words, don’t expect the card to be cheap or easy to source, especially as it is designed to handle five years of continuous 24×7 high-quality recording and a whopping MTBF of two million hours.


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