Seagate has this week taken the wraps off its new 60TB SAS SSD and 8TB NVMe SSD which have been created to provide a solution for “diverse data centre requirements’, says Seagate.
The 60TB SAS SSD drives features twice the density and four times the capacity of the next highest-capacity SSD currently available and offers the capacity to store the equivalent of 400 million photos or 12,000 DVD movies.
Seagate explains more about the drives design :
The 60TB SAS SSD and 8TB Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD are the newest additions to Seagate’s data center portfolio and are designed to help enterprise IT leaders obtain more value from the rapidly expanding amount of data they must contend with, even under the most demanding application requirements.
The 60TB SAS SSD also simplifies the configuration process of accommodating “hot” and “cold” data, enabling data centers to use the same enterprise HDD 3.5 inch storage form factor. This eliminates the added step of separating out different types of data for near-term availability versus long-term storage — largely based on estimations or best-guesses of future data usage. Instead, data centers can rely on an SSD that helps address their need to quickly accommodate and ensure accessibility of ever-increasing large amounts of data without having to add additional servers or incorporate additional management steps. And, because of the drive’s flexible architecture, it also provides a pathway for data centers to easily grow from the current 60TB capacity to accommodate 100TB of data or more in the future — and all in the same form factor.
Similarly, the 8TB Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD can accommodate the hyperscale needs of today’s data centers seeking to easily grow with their data without losing the ability to quickly access and process it — a scenario commonly seen in applications involving high performance computing, scale-out databases and big data analytics, such as scientific research and weather modeling.
For more information on the new 60TB SAS SSD jump over to the Seagate press release website for details by following the link below.
Source: SeagateFiled Under: Technology News, Top News