only some weeks back, Seagate introduced the world’s first 10 Tb hard force for customers and now it already has a 60 TB SSD. What within the heavens is happening, you say?
As you’d expect, a larger SSD has by no means been dropped at market. Samsung did find a 15 TB one back in March, which had a 2.5-inch type issue and a $10,000 price tag however that one isn’t looking relatively just about as just right now.
The Seagate trumps the Samsung power by providing twice the density and four times its capability as this stable-state pressure comes in the 3.5-inch form issue, which is good for businesses. Now, if you need a petabyte of storage, all you need is simply 17 of these drives. Sounds ok?
It deals sequential learn and write speeds of 1500 MB/s and 1000 MB/s, respectively, and uses 15W of power, or just four terabytes per watt.
Its 60 TB of knowledge is good for shifting up to four hundred million photographs, or 12,000 DVDs, no longer that anyone has that sort of data but we’re not judging. If that isn’t sufficient, its new structure paves the best way for a one hundred TB version sooner or later.
Pricing important points aren’t available however Seagate reckons it will have the lowest price per a single GB of any flash knowledge available up to now. it’s going to hit the market in 2017.