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New SSD capacity of 60 Tirabaata drive from Seagate is the highest capacity in the world
Unveiled Seagate Seagate on Wednesday unveiled a new SAS SSD drive that offers a storage capacity of 60 Tirabaata, and is thus the largest in the world between the static case SSD technology discs.
US specializing in storage solutions , the company said in a statement that she announced during the “Flash Memory Summit” Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara in California for the US “new Apetkaran are expanding the limits of performance computing storage sector in data centers to unprecedented levels.”
Seagate said the new products include a new drive with a capacity of 60 Tirabaata SAS SSD, in addition to the Nytro drive XP7200 NVMe SSD with a capacity of 8 terabytes.
The company explained that the SAS SSD capacity of 60 Tirabaata and Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD with a capacity of 8 terabytes were designed to help the pioneers of information technology in the business sector to get more value from the growing amount of data that must be handled, even under the most urgent requirements of the application.
She Seagate that SAS SSD Bsath which amounts to 60 Tirabaata offers twice the density and four times the capacity offered by a larger storage drive that capacity now, the equivalent needed to accommodate 400 million image on a typical platform for social networking, or 12,000 DVD movies to DVD capacity.
Without the price touched, the company reported that the storage disk Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD will be available for sale during the fourth quarter of this year, while the largest capacity available in the world SAS SSD drive will be over the next year.
For comparison, a drive-enabled SSD from Samsung and a capacity of 15 Tirabaata, which put up for sale earlier this month at a price of $ 10,000 is available.
The announcement of the new drives after about 20 days of Seagate announce the launch of three tablets internal storage capacities of up to 10 terabytes, she launched the Guardian Series name and target seekers huge capacities.Viewing:-50
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