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SanDisk is unveiling the industry's first 4TB serial attached SCSI solid state drive along with several new 12Gb/s and 6GB/s workload specific SAS SSDs. The Optimus MAX 4TB SAS SSD and Lightning Gen. II SSD product lines, announced today, are updates to SanDisk's SAS product line. The Lightning and Optimus SAS SSDs each provide solutions to meet specific data center requirements. The Lightning line comes in 12Gb/s and 6Gb/s SAS SSD models that offer a write optimized, read optimized, or a mixed use solution. The Optimus MAX is a large capacity SAS SSD meant to replace legacy SAS hard disk drives in the data center.
SanDisk Announces 4TB SSDs, 8TB & 16TB SSDs to Follow
1 tb is sufficient.
fix the reliability issue then make it's volume huge once the product is worth buying
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I want one.
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Always look beyond the limits...
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The reliability issues were mainly in the consumer market because the NANDs are made differently then Enterprise drives. MLC has been how they increase capacity and decreased price per GB for consumers. Enterprise drives have been using SLC which is 10x more reliable then MLC. To increase the capacity of enterprise drives they have started using eMLC. The controller mitigates some of the wear from excessive read/writes found in MLC drives.
Basically, SSDs are a lot better then they used to be. I have a 128SLC and a couple 240s and 256gb SSDs. The 128Gb SLC has been running for over a year with no problems.
Oh and btw did anyone else getting that nice tingly feeling down below when you saw 16TB SSD? lol
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