(PR) KIOXIA Marks 35 Years of NAND Flash Memory at FMS 2022

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This week at the Flash Memory Summit Conference & Expo, KIOXIA America, Inc.—along with the entire industry – will celebrate an important milestone: the 35th anniversary of its invention of NAND flash memory. While looking back at the transformative technology it invented back in 1987, KIOXIA also has its eyes on the future, defining what’s next for flash by introducing innovative new products, form factors, and solutions. At FMS, the company will highlight how it is using flash memory to drive advancements and improvements in a wide variety of applications, including mobile computing, the edge, the cloud, data centers and automotive.

KIOXIA’s Scott Nelson, executive vice president and chief marketing officer and Shigeo (Jeff) Ohshima, technology executive, SSD Application Engineering will jointly present a keynote session titled: "KIOXIA: 35 Years of Flash & Beyond." The session will highlight the 35th Anniversary of the invention of flash memory and will look forward to how KIOXIA is driving the future of this game-changing technology.


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