Samsung raises SSD capacity to 3.2TB

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The SM1715 drive is Samsung's highest-capacity SSD to date, and is built for reliability and durability, Samsung said in a statement. Samsung didn't provide either a price or shipment date for the 3.2TB drive, but the company usually ships SSDs months after they go into production.

Samsung is leaning to transition over to the PCI-Express 3.0 for drives with capacity of more than 3TB. The PCI-Express drives are based on the NVMe (NVM Express) protocol, which is for high-speed SSDs.

The SM1715 will also come with 1.6TB in storage capacity, Samsung said.

Originally Posted on Computer World
Samsung raises SSD capacity to 3.2TB Samsung raises SSD capacity to 3.2TB Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on September 27, 2014 Rating: 5

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