Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise SSD will cost $10k

Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise SSD will cost $10k

Samsung Releases 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market

Samsung's 15.36TB Enterprise SSD will cost $10k


Samsung's 15.36TB PM1633a Enterprise NVMe SSD will cost $10k, with the 7.68TB version costing $7k. The PM1633a offers sequential read and write speeds of up to 1,200MB/s and 900MB/s respectively and have up to 16GB or DDR3 SDRAM for cache in the 15.36TB version. The 15.36TB model will also have over 1TB or NAND set aside for overprovisioning, making this drive both ultra fast and highly reliable. 

This new series of SSDs will be offered from 480GB all the way to 15.36TB densities, all of which come in the 2.5" form factor, allowing many more of these drives to be fitted into a single server than standard 3.5" hard disks. 

The 15.36 TB model of this drive will use Samsung's newest 256Gb V-NAND silicon, giving the PM1633a both performance and reliability enhancements when compared to Samsung's previous generation PM1633 drives. 


To satisfy an increasing market need for ultra-high-capacity SAS SSDs from leading enterprise storage system manufacturers, we are directing our best efforts toward meeting our customers’ SSD requests,

We will continue to lead the industry with next-generation SSDs, using our advanced 3D V-NAND memory technology, in order to accelerate the growth of the premium memory market while delivering greater performance and efficiency to our customers.


Samsung Releases 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market  Samsung Releases 15.36TB SSD for the Enterprise market  


The new 15.36TB model of the PM1633a drive supports 1 complete Data Write per day for the lifetime of the drive, giving this drive a great deal of reliability, which is a very important metric for enterprise users. 

This drive will use the 12Gb/s SAS interface and will be available in 15.36TB, 7.68TB, 3.84TB, 1.92TB, 960GB and 480GB models, offering enterprise users a great deal of choice.


You can join the discussion on Samsung's 15.36TB PM1633a Enterprise SSDs on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

31-07-2016, 21:17:19

now if only that 7tb one would be around 4k instead Quote

31-07-2016, 22:04:44

16GB of ddr3 cache.. Not enough!Quote

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