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64TB storage, 13 GB/s throughput. Seagate announces the highest capacity SSD in the world

64TB storage, 13 GB/s throughput. Seagate announces the highest capacity SSD in the world

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  1. Interesting to see that no company has a true x16 single board card. Must be a controller development issue? I’m starting to see true x8, like from Micron. But seems exceptionally rare currently, at least the ones that are known.

  2. Considering how these companies are still slowly milking the Enterprise markets, it looks like it is going to be several decades more before these reach or exceed price/capacity parity with mechanical drives and are available to consumers.

  3. Odd, a PCIe x16 connector. Never see that before haha.

    Wishing this was Western Digital.

  4. The real irony behind these SSD products is there’s no good reason why they need to produced by the current HDD companies which control the old storage market just because of the R&D+patents involved in that technology.

    These kind of products can be developed by any small scale company.

  5. I assume an entire crate is going to LTT? I can’t wait to see him drop it.

  6. Seriously, you’re a company rep, and all you post is an image and headline? No link to the announcement?

  7. Makes me think of those super awesome oldschool [DDR ssd’s](http://www.hardware.fr/news/10206/ddrdrive-x1-ssd-ddr.html) with a bunch of DIMMs on a PCI card 🙂

    I should try to get one for fun, bet they’re ~~affordable on ebay~~ unfindable

  8. Same card, better PLX chip, for FAR less $:

    http://amfeltec.com/squid-pci-express-carrier-boards-for-m-2-ssd-modules/?view=list

    Splitting 16 to 4x 4 PCIe lanes is absolutely not worth the MSRP i heard of this card, which is 4 digit without modules. The Amfeltec card barely costs 500$.

    Running a PCie 3.0 PLX chip like this with A) no heatsink and B) no airflow is also high risk for anything storage near…

  9. These companies need to stop withholding technology from pc users.

  10. Assuming there are eight sticks of M.2 storage on that PCI-e card, each stick holds ~ 8 TB of storage….HOLY SHIT!

  11. If I could have one of those M.2 I would have no storage worries in my PC.

  12. Who the fuck cares when it’s going to be expensive as hell! I’ll be excited when i can buy a 8-10tb drive for a good price!

  13. Every day, we get closer to Lyoko being a thing that could exist. The main hold-up is quantum processors though, but eh, eventually those’ll hit the market. I’d imagine the first editions of the World Without Danger being a VR or NerveGear-type setup, rather than being physically virtualized into it…

  14. Maybe I’ll be able to pick one of these up used for a reasonable price shortly before the heat death of the universe.

  15. Damn. This is roughly the same order of magnitude bandwidth as ddr3.

  16. Isn’t that kinda cheating though – they’re combining 8 into one to get to 64TB

  17. What’s with that added power connector in the top left? Will PCIe-6pin or 4-pin Molex adapt to it?

    Also, posting like this is kinda neat, didn’t expect official stuff like this to be shown.

  18. Where can I buy it? And how fast they can ship it to my door?

  19. I would like to apply for beta testing.

    I’d fit in a casual/normal user category.

    I’m willing to do it for free.. PM me.