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Fixstars announces the largest SSD disk with a capacity of 13 terabytes
The company Fixstars Japanese today to announce the latest USB flash drive-type SSD which carries Fixstars SSD-13000M name and the size of 13 terabytes, making it the largest SSD disk in the world in terms of storage capacity.
The company said it will begin selling the hard drive before the end of the month of February, the company did not not officially announce the disk price new, but that Zhu Xian company spokesman pointed out that the price is about $ 1 per 1 GB or which means that the disk to $ 13,000 price.
6 terabytes capacity larger capacity is currently present in the market for hard drives of the type SSD, to come Fixstars SSD-disk 13000M weakness of this storage space.
The new disc will be sold Fixstars SSD-13000M Fixstars directly from the company, and will not be available through retail stores or websites online.
The company is targeting through its new Qrsa of SSD type enterprise sector primarily, and to all the users who are able to afford the price of the disc in general.
The disk size of 2.5 inches and are connected via the entrance SATA 6, and has a read speed of 580 MB per second, while the write speed of 520 MB per second, the company did not offer to provide information about the random read and write speed.
Fixstars company is the first to produce such a disk in this storage capacity, which may surprise the competitors and make it difficult for them to catch up with the possibility of it.
Where SanDisk SanDisk Corporation indicated that it will go this year tablets of the type SSD with a capacity of 6 terabytes and 8 terabytes, while Samsung has said it will launch this year SSD disk with a capacity of 4 terabytes.
And began Fixstars company, which is based in Japan when its incorporation as a software serve the needs of parallel computing, to begin later making drives with controller affiliates to meet the needs of a row of data transfer for users of the institution.
It has also our ranks today to announce the SSD-10000M disk with a capacity of 10 terabytes, and you do not reference to the price of the smaller drive.Viewing:-137
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