Just 10 years ago, 30 terabytes was a pointless measure of storage, saved for proficient purposes. Not any longer. Before long, you’ll have the capacity to purchase a solitary 2.5-inch SSD and store about 5,700 HD films on it – well, that is huge storage.
The PM1643, as it’s called, will have 32 1TB NAND flash bundles for an aggregate limit of 30.72 terabytes. Other than being vast, it’s additionally expedient, with 2,100MB/s and 1,700 MB/s consecutive read and write speeds, individually.
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“With our launch of the 30.72TB SSD, we are once again shattering the enterprise storage capacity barrier, and in the process, opening up new horizons for ultra-high capacity storage systems worldwide,” said Jaesoo Han, executive VP of Memory Sales & Marketing Team at Samsung, and I applaud him for trying to make the SSD market exciting with words like “shattering” and “new horizons”.
The main thing to wonder now is what’s cooler: Having 30.72 terabytes in your hand, or having 512GB on the tip of your finger as Samsung’s new microSD card?
There’s no word on correct launch date or cost, but we figure it won’t be especially cheap. Samsung said it has begun producing “initial quantities” of the 30.72TB variation in January, but will expand the lineup with smaller limit variations, from 800GB to 15.36TB, so there will be a lot of decisions for each pocket.