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    Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    Beyond the attractive capacity, Nimbus says this is the most energy efficient SSD ever.
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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    But how much energy would I have to put into working hard to earn enough money to buy the darn thing, do you think?
    Doesn't sound very efficient from that perspective...

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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    SATA interface... once you go M.2...

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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    Ooo, I might be able to install my Steam library at last!!
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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    I find it frustrating that the datacentre is getting larger and larger SSD's while the technology just isn't trickling down to the retail market.

    We're getting faster drives, at least, but sub-128GB SSDs are still common and 1TB SSDs are still a bit of a luxury.

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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    It's the Nimbus 2000

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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by tonyd2233 View Post
    SATA interface... once you go M.2...
    That amount of storage just requires more physical space.
    However there isn't as I see a reason why it couldn't be in a 2-slot PCI-E version.
    Unless that is to follow later, with this being for compatibility.

    Is the nearest competing product actually similar.
    That would explain it.

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    Re: Nimbus Data ExaDrive DC100 SSD boasts 100TB capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by FromUSA View Post
    It's the Nimbus 2000
    "Yer an SSD, Harry."

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