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    Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    The 2.5-inch PM1643 also has 40GB of DDR4. It is aimed at next gen enterprise systems.
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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    *notes that price is missing*

    I assume you'd need a very deep wallet
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    *notes that price is missing*

    I assume you'd need a very deep wallet
    I’m sure quantity discounts would apply
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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    maybe a kidney?

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    if you need to ask .....

    however once they start to fill the supply chain ...\o/

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    *notes that price is missing*

    I assume you'd need a very deep wallet
    Scan is currently selling the 15TB one for £9,599, so one can only assume you'd need shy of £19,000 for the 30TB one.

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Odd the connector port does not seem to be in the usual place on a drive, would struggle to fit that in most current drive caddies I would have thought

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by ksdp37 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    *notes that price is missing*

    I assume you'd need a very deep wallet
    Scan is currently selling the 15TB one for £9,599, so one can only assume you'd need shy of £19,000 for the 30TB one.
    BIG ouch at them price...

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Still run out of storage for my pr0n collection.

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    To be fair in the Enterprise market and with those specs the price is fairly reasonable
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    No RGB?

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by Kimbie View Post
    Odd the connector port does not seem to be in the usual place on a drive, would struggle to fit that in most current drive caddies I would have thought
    It is an SAS connector (hard to tell which one from the photo) so it wouldn't fit in a SATA caddy (and you probable wouldn't put it in a caddy anyway. )
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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    To be fair in the Enterprise market and with those specs the price is fairly reasonable
    Yeah, with enterprise storage you are more thinking what does your million quid buy you. Assuming 20K each, that's 1000000/20000 = 50 drives.

    That's 1.5PB of flash storage in a couple of trays. Nice.

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    30tb ssd thats the stuff of dreams
    Facts don't exist, only interpretations.


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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    Quote Originally Posted by MrJim View Post
    No RGB?
    I'm now wondering how long it will take for manufacturers of SSDs to add RGB logos and edges to their drives.....

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    Re: Samsung starts mass production of 30.72TB SAS SSDs

    #corrections

    "each comprised of" --> "each comprising" or "each composed of"

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