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12:46 AM
@Burgi this one goes up to 11
 
 
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12:02 PM
> The last message was posted 11 hours ago.
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12:24 PM
:O
 
 
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10:15 PM
And gotta love how Explain xkcd does it.
Aug 14 '18 at 14:38, by djsmiley2k
> The ExaDrive DC series will be available with both a 100TB and 50TB capacity. Both are being sampled with customers and should ship in the summer. Nimbus says pricing will be similar to existing enterprise SSDs on a per terabyte basis
$12,500 for 50 TB, $40,000 for 100 TB. You're paying a premium for storage density.
$250 to $400 per TB isn't that bad for enterprise storage especially at these crazy densities.
But it's not NVMe. And oddly, the SAS version is slower than the SATA version.
That said, for datacenter use, when you need to cram the absolute maximum possible storage into a rack, SSDs can go way beyond spinning hard drives, and do it with much better performance.
 

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