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Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

 

Japanese Company Fixstars have just released 6TB, 10TB and 13TB SSDs, which are SATA 3.0 and are made with 15nm MLC NAND. 

These SSDs use a controller which have been designed by Fixstar themselves and offer read and write speeds of 580 and 520MB/s respectively, meaning that the performance of this SSD is more or less at the limits of what is possible on the SATA interface. 

 

  Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs  Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

 

Fixstar say that these SSDs are designed for storage, streaing, CG and visual FX editing and 4-8K video processing, all of which require a large amount of storage and high read/write speeds. 

The company say that their devices will become available for Pro-order later today and will be shipped to consumers in the US and Japan in Min-Late February.  

  

Japanese Company Fixstars make 10 and 13TB SSDs

 

With such large capacities it is very difficult to see this SSD become available outside the professional and enterprise markets, but it is nonetheless good to see such large capacity SSDs become available. 

 

You can join the discussion on Fixstars' 10 and 13TB SSDs on the OC3D Forums

  

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13-01-2016, 11:12:02

Dicehunter
That's just insane.Quote

13-01-2016, 14:16:10

NeverBackDown
Probably worth more than my whole computer lol
I would seriously buy one if money was no objectQuote

13-01-2016, 14:28:09

CreatiXx
This is just AWESOME! I thought previously biggest known SSD was the 4TB SSD of Mushkin that would be released soon. This is a huge leap! Wonder if this might bring the big change to SSD pricesQuote

13-01-2016, 14:29:35

NeverBackDown
Ya its a huge leap.. but my only concern is reliability and durability with such an advancementQuote

13-01-2016, 14:39:23

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Ya its a huge leap.. but my only concern is reliability and durability with such an advancement
Yeah, it is an in house controller, so who knows if it is any good.Quote
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