(MENAFN) Samsung Electronics Co. said it released a new solid-state drive (SSD) designed for data centers with a storage capacity of a whopping 8 terabytes (TB).
According to the company, the 8TB NF1 NVMe SSD boasts the highest performance using the Next Generation Small Form Factor (NGSMFF) format. The very high capacity allows users to store 1,600 movie files of 5 gigabytes (GB) each.
The latest solution, measuring 11cm by 3.05cm, is significant as it has more than double the capacity of the M.2 SSD despite being a similar size, Samsung added.
The company also said: "By introducing the first NF1 NVMe SSD, Samsung is taking the efficiency in data centers to new heights, we will continue to lead the trend toward enabling ultra-high density data centers and enterprise systems by delivering storage solutions with unparalleled performance and density levels."
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