Samsung introduces the Largest SSD Ever
The preferred choice of micro storage just got a mega leap in capacity with Samsung introducing the world’s highest capacity SSD storage drive. Aimed primarily at the enterprise user it has all the specs and speed to become a consumer choice like ones released earlier.
The 30 TB SSD, with even more advanced technology than the January 2018 released 4TB 860 Pro SSD is named PM1643 and uses Samsung’s newest 64-layer 3-bit 512-gigabit chips. That means almost 3 gig transfer speed in milliseconds, a SCSI 2.5 inch multi-layered and powered by an inbuilt RAM module, this essential accessory is definitely not aimed at saving your mp3 and flac songs collection. It is an industrial tool – used solely for enterprise static and mobile workstations or handhelds for exclusive purposes.
The January 2018 released 4TB 860, Samsung SSD was priced at a whopping $1900 (do the math in Pakistani Rupees and you can probably buy the latest flagship smartphone at that price). However, these SSD storages do serve a serious purpose. Like the old servers had removable stack hard drives, the idea has been totally revolutionized today in size and speed.
This is where the SSD comes in and is the most useful tool in storage as it is nothing but a thumb-nail sized high-capacity 40 GB, TSV technology RAM powered and a hardy, reliable means of storage and backup with over ‘nine drive controllers packed into one’ for extreme speeds and layered with architecture revolving around the threading of the read and write controls (which is data transfer).
The Samsung PM1643 has all the evolved Samsung storage and Silicon Valley technology supported tech, making it the best choice for demanding organizational usage. We do think that as time rolls by this will come to consumer level too especially for those who are always power hungry.
As they say in technology – it is never enough. The consumers may want more one day. That day may not be too far away either.