Lastly, Intel experienced strong demand for its enterprise-class SSDs, TrendForce stated. The growth was attributed to the popularity of cloud computing.
"However, restricted by limited capacity and a relatively slower migration to the 20nm process, [Intel's] second-quarter NAND flash revenue only increased by 1.2% quarter over quarter, arriving at $413 million," TrendForce stated.
TrendForce expects that as the Intel's 20nm flash memory output grows, product performance will improve.
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