By transferring shares of IM factory to Meguiar and selling flash memory business to sk Hynix, Intel is reorganizing its business. At least in terms of flash memory and SSD, only aoteng is left. However, aoteng’s 3D xpoint chip still depends on the im factory in Utah, that is, relying on Meguiar. According to Meguiar’s latest statement, 3D xpoint is still the company’s focus area and business, and has a clear roadmap. < p > < p > when attending Bernstein’s operation decision-making meeting a few days ago, David zinsner, CFO of micron, admitted that the revenue of 3D xpoint almost comes from the sale of memory chips. In other words, the sales volume of its first and only 3D xpoint solid-state disk X100 is low, and it has not yet produced a meaningful revenue contribution. < / P > < p > zinsner admits that the X100 released in October 2019 has commercial water testing components to better understand the market. Looking forward to the future, Meguiar still plans to launch more SSD and memory modules based on 3D xpoint chips, which is a bit like Intel. < / P > < p > of course, the success of aoteng lies in that Intel can optimize its own high-performance computing platform to give full play to the advantages of 3D xpoint flash memory in reading, writing and delay. Meguiar also pointed out that it is working closely with many large companies. < / P > < p > it is reported that the sequential read / write speed of X100 exceeds 9GB / s, and the random read speed under qd1 queue depth is 2.5 million IOPs, with a delay of 8 μ s. Global Tech