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    Nimbus announces cheaper ExaDrive NL series QLC SSDs

    New range with 16TB, 32TB, and 64TB drives significantly cheaper per TB than ExaDrive DC.
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    Re: Nimbus announces cheaper ExaDrive NL series QLC SSDs

    Ooh, crazy density for about the same cost/TB as 2 TB enterprise drives. Even QLC shames HDDs, so I can see this selling very well

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    Re: Nimbus announces cheaper ExaDrive NL series QLC SSDs

    Nice, i wonder how HDD are keeping the phase. It's so silence about large customer HDD drives in customer acceptable price points.
    Shouldn't a 50TB be on shelf about now? It's stupid as now the best price/size HDD are 3-4TB, where the price is about of a 1TB SATA SSD.
    The future doesn't look very bright for HDDs.

    Just found some article that 20TB should be available around now from seagate, and 50TB by 2026 ... lol.
    Last edited by DevDrake; 28-08-2020 at 12:33 PM.

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