How Much Space Is Too Much Space: Here Is A $40,000 100tb SSD

100tb SSD

Nimbus Data’s (an American PC information stockpiling programming, and frameworks organization) ExaDrive run has the world record for the most elevated limit SSD stockpiling for a long time. The organization has been offering 50TB and 100TB SSD models in both SATA and SAS choices. 

In any case, the sticker prices for the two models were as of late made open on request. The 50 TB release costs $12,500, i.e., $250 per TB while the 100 TB rendition retails for $40,000, i.e., $400 per TB. Then again, Samsung’s 30.72 TB super SSD costs around $8,860, i.e., $288 per TB. At present, the least expensive SSD with purchaser grade QLC NAND costs under $90 per TB. 

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Radiance’s 50 TB and 100 TB drives are accessible in a smooth 3.5-inch structure factor and use endeavor grade MLC 3D NAND rather than QLC. Thus the accessible consecutive read/compose speeds are up to 500/460MB/s, and offer IOPS read/reviews to 114,000/105,000. 

The more significant expense labels are advocated since the intended interest group is endeavors and associations searching for the most noteworthy stockpiling thickness accessible available. To make the items increasingly practical, the ExaDrive go offers a five-year guarantee, five years of boundless drive composes every day, and an interim between disappointments of 2.5 million hours.

These are amazing stats and shows the capability of future storage devices. There is all the more data in the world and now we know that all the data that is being stored can now be stored easily in such storage devices.


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