samsung ssdLast year Samsung announced what they were calling the world’s largest capacity SSD for enterprise storage. This is basically a 15.36TB SSD that really just puts to shame everything we’ve seen in computers so far, but then again they are designed for enterprise use so it makes sense that it is capable of holding so much data.

That being said, Samsung has since announced that they have begun shipping the SSDs out to customers. For those who missed last year’s announcement, the SSD was announced as the Flash Memory Summit in 2015. It features a 12Gb/s Serial Attach SCSI interface that has been designed for use in enterprise storage systems.

It also measures 2.5-inch in size, meaning that compared to a 3.5-inch storage drive, storage managers will be able to fit more drives inside a standard 19-inch 2U rack, so you get more storage and won’t need as much space, perfect for smaller offices who might have some space limitations.

According to Jung-bae Lee, Senior Vice President, Memory Product Planning and Application Engineering Team, Samsung Electronics, “We will continue to lead the industry with next-generation SSDs, using our advanced 3D V-NAND memory technology, in order to accelerate the growth of the premium memory market while delivering greater performance and efficiency to our customers.”

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