Samsung is in a unique position in the SSD market. It’s the only company in the consumer SSD business with a fully vertically integrated business model and zero reliance on other companies. The controller, NAND, DRAM, firmware and software are all designed and produced by Samsung, whereas other companies only focus on their core strengths and outsource the rest. The strength of Samsung's business model has been time to market and the 840 EVO mSATA is yet another fruit of that. Read on to find out more!
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