Toshiba Memory has changed its name to KIOXIA
Toshiba Memory has officially changed its name to KIOXIA.
On 1 October, KIOXIA unveiled its new brand identity and new logo:
KIOXIA is a combination of the Japanese word kioku for “memory” and the Greek word axia for “value”. The new brand name therefore combines "memory" with "value" and stands for the company's vision to enrich and uplift the world with memory. KIOXIA will cultivate the new era of memory, which is characterized by rapidly increasing demands on high-performance memory and high-capacity data processing, enabling the company to grow as a leading manufacturer of flash memory in the long term
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