Toshiba, Samsung, Sandisk, and countless scores of non-manufacturers who buy cheap NAND and have some controller technology. MU missed this boat years ago and is trying to self develop. Too late. But the real problem for consumer SSD is that CONSUMERS love big numbers on their drives. Always have, always will. So rather than a 128GB SSD, for example, a better product is a 16GB hybrid SSD/1T rotating media drive. Intel is pushing this and so is Toshiba. Watch the other HDD makers follow fast. Speed of an SSD, size of an HDD and cost of an HDD.