Luckily for us Nimbus Data is satisfying our lust for all things SSD with a positively massive new offering: the company's new ExaDrive DC100 offers a mind-blowing 100TB of storage space. In other words, it's a digital warehouse that can store 200 million songs, 20,000 HD movies, or 2,000 iPhones worth of data. The drive is capable of reading and writing at speeds of 500MB per second.
Data centres can also reduce power, cooling, and rack space costs by 85% per terabyte, enabling more workloads to move to flash.
"Featuring the same 3.5" form factor and SATA interface used by hard drives, the ExaDrive DC100 is plug-and-play compatible with hundreds of storage and server platforms.
Last month Samsung revealed its latest record-breaking large capacity solid state drive, cramming 30 TB into a 2.5-inch drive format unit. Nimbus claims it will be competitive with similar heavyweight SSDs designed for data center usage, and underlines the potential savings to be made with the lower operating costs (thanks to the low power draw).
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And while its competitors like Samsung, Micron and Toshiba offer around 3 DWPD (Drive Writes Per Day) endurance, the ExaDrive DC100 is rated for unlimited DWPD over the course of its 5-year warranty.
Specs-wise, the ExaDrive DC100 has sequential read and write speeds of 500MB/s, 4K read and write speeds of up to 100,000 IOPS, and is controlled via a 3D NAND controller.
The ExaDrive DC series includes both 100 TB and 50 TB models.
Pricing is not yet available, but the ExaDrive DC100 is scheduled to be widely available for customers by Summer 2018. Our solutions accelerate data storage, simplify data management, and improve data protection for cloud infrastructure, analytics, artificial intelligence, rich content, scientific computing, and much more.