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Windows 7: Samsung shows up biggest ever SSD for the enterprise

02 Mar 2016   #1
Brink

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Samsung shows up biggest ever SSD for the enterprise

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Do you want a seriously big and seriously fast solid state drive (SSD) for your enterprise servers? Samsung has exactly what you need. It's new PM1633a SSD holds an amazing 15.36 terabytes (TB) of data.




The Samsung PM1633a SSD may look ordinary, but inside its Clark Kent exterior lives a Superman of 15.36TB storage / Samsung.

Space is all well and good, but the PM1633a SSD also provides the speed your Big Data projects need with its 12Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interface. Better still, if you need to maximize your physical space as well as your storage space, the PM1633a comes in a 2.5-inch form factor. That means you can can fit twice as many of the drives in a standard 19-inch, 2U rack, compared to an equivalent 3.5-inch storage drive.

How did Samsung manage to fit over 15TB on a single SSD? The Korean company did it by combining 512 of Samsung's 256Gb V-NAND memory chips. The 256Gb dies, in turn, are stacked in 16 layers to form a single 512GB package, with a total of 32 NAND flash packages in the 15.36TB drive.

Samsung stacks 3rd generation, 256-gigabit (Gb) V-NAND technology 48 layers cell-arrays. This means that he PM1633a line-up provides significant performance and reliability upgrades from its predecessor, the PM1633...


Read more: ‚ÄčSamsung shows up biggest ever SSD for the enterprise | ZDNet


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02 Mar 2016   #2
Lady Fitzgerald

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I'm still eagerly awaiting the 4TB consumer SSDs Samsung is releasing in a few months.
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