Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD with 100TB versions on the horizon

Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

 

Seagate, a manufacturer that is typically known for their mechanical hard drives, has created a new 60TB SSD in the 3.5" form factor, the largest SSD in the world. 

This SSD is currently available now for demonstration, but Seagate has stated that they plan to release this drive in 2017. This drive has been created with both high capacities and ultra-fast data access in mind, with Seagate planning to release larger versions of this SSD in the future (100TB+) within the same 3.5" form factor.  

  Seagate has created a 60TB NVMe SSD

 

Seagate also says that this new SSD offers energy efficient storage and industry-leading data density, opening up the possibility for servers to have 1 Petabyte (1,000TB) of storage with just 17 of these new 60TB SSD drives. 

Sadly at this time we do not know the read or write speeds or any detailed specifications for this new 60TB SAS SSD, though the capacity alone is more than enough to leave us impressed. 

 

You can join the discussion on Seagate's new 60TB SSD on the OC3D Forums

 

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10-08-2016, 05:08:40

Kushiro
Hmm price Seagate. Would also really like to know what the internals are like, cant wait!

Would love to get two of these and just do away with all those HDDs in my NAS array.Quote

10-08-2016, 05:12:10

DarthDudo
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Hmm price Seagate. Would also really like to know what the internals are like, cant wait!

Would love to get two of these and just do away with all those HDDs in my NAS array.
70K+ seems excessive for a NAS upgrade Quote

10-08-2016, 05:12:11

WYP
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Hmm price Seagate. Would also really like to know what the internals are like, cant wait!

Would love to get two of these and just do away with all those HDDs in my NAS array.
Just imagine what TTLs next server will be like. LolQuote

10-08-2016, 06:48:32

King of Old School
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Just imagine what TTLs next server will be like. Lol
We can only imagine Quote

10-08-2016, 06:51:56

Excalabur50
I bet it's also the most expensive ssd in the world tooQuote
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