A new era is coming for the spaces storage, as Nimbus Data revealed that a SSD capacity 400TB may be released by 2023.
The CEO and founder of Nimbus Data, Thomas Izakovich, in an exclusive email exchange with its representatives TechRadar Pro, revealed that SSDs with a capacity of up to 400TB are located in program.
«We can build 200 TB in 2021 and probably 400 TB by 2023, "He said, referring to the unformed capacity storage of its SSDs company, which have not yet been announced. That will be one significant station, because a candidate SSD with an inherent capacity of 400TB is equal to 1 PB in film capacity.
Movie sellers usually provide an inherently compressed size for movie storage. The biggest size film, LTO-8, currently has a maximum capacity of 12 TB native and 30 TB compressed, while the LTO-9, which is expected to be released later this year, is designed to double the capacity to 24 TB native and 60 TB compressed.
In other words, you will need at least 17 of these storage types to reach the intended capacity of a 400TB Nimbus Data SSD.
Nimbus Data is behind the biggest circulation SSDs to date, 100 TB ExaDrive DC of $ 40.000, and has remained undisputed for two years. The full interview via e-mail, which will be published next week, covers other issues such as Nimbus Data's view of computing storage, where SSDs Ultra High Capacity (UHC) are housed, because no other major vendor has released a disc with a capacity of over 32 TB, and much more.