The Korean giant's new enterprise drives take advantage of the V-NAND In order to provide us with an exceptionally high volume
We've been telling you about 3-D NAND chips for a long time,SSD Ours not only for the cheaper - but also double and even triple their volume relatively easily.
Now, the first results of this technological leap seem to be finally starting to emerge, from Samsung's market leader - drives to corporate and business PM863, which will be offered in volumes up to 4 terabytes thanks to the V-chips.NAND Which the company has been producing for nearly two years.
The PM863 drives, which come in standard 2.5 inches (7 millimeter height) and based on the old and familiar SATA 3 interface, will be offered in all standard volumes between 120 gigabytes and 1.92 terabytes - plus Even more of 3.84 terabytes, as mentioned. The price for the maximum volume? 2,200 dollars Tabin and Thakylin, which is about 57 cents per gigabyte of volume storage Similar to the price ratio in which the 1.92 version of the PM863 will be offered.
We had already met in my car SSD In even higher volumes in the past, but this seems to be the first time we see a drive SSD The 4 Terabyte, which is serial and "standard", is based on three-dimensional flash chips and is capable of offering price and power consumption no less than those of familiar 2 Terabyte drives and below.
In other words, we are probably contracting here in the first step on the way to making 4TB drives a new standard in the market. Standard for very rich people, meanwhile, but nonetheless - it will be an important advance for all of us in the longer term.
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