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Samsung ramping up 3-D NAND production to meet rising demand

According to reports, Samsung is going to start production on its new Pyeongtaek semiconductor plant in the Gyeonggi Province of South Korea ahead of schedule in order to meet rising demand for 3-D NAND flash memory chips. Samsung is reportedly planning to complete construction on the plant by December this year and start producing chips from the second quarter of next year.
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