I found this article.
From what I understand the article talks about an overproduction of flash chips, making SSD's fall dramatically in price. But it uses the term "disk cannibalisation" which I can't really tell from the context. I tried searching on google, but I didn't find an answer. Can someone please explain?Disk will eat itself: Flash price crash just around the over-supplied block
Cheaper SSDs could accelerate disk cannibalisation leading to Seagate downturn