"Intel and Micron are going to kill the hard disk drive"


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Lynn McGuire

"Intel and Micron are going to kill the hard disk drive"
http://www.itworld.com/article/2851057/intel-and-micron-are-going-to-kill-the-hard-disk-drive.html

"That seems to be ending. Not long after Samsung announced a 3.2TB SSD drive, Intel announced its alliance with Micron Technology
will yield enormous capacity SSD drives."

"The end of HDD? Samsung debuts a 3.2TB PCIe SSD card"
http://www.itworld.com/article/2694877/storage/the-end-of-hdd--samsung-debuts-a-3-2tb-pcie-ssd-card.html

"Well, now that they are getting the durability squared away, some are going for capacity. Several have released 1TB drives. Samsung
just one-upped them all with a PCIe-based drive that holds 3.2TB."

I'll take a 10 TB SSD drive for $100 please.

Lynn
 
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"Intel and Micron are going to kill the hard disk drive"

http://www.itworld.com/article/2851057/intel-and-micron-are-going-to-kill-the-hard-disk-drive.html


"That seems to be ending. Not long after Samsung announced a 3.2TB SSD
drive, Intel announced its alliance with Micron Technology will yield
enormous capacity SSD drives."

"The end of HDD? Samsung debuts a 3.2TB PCIe SSD card"

http://www.itworld.com/article/2694877/storage/the-end-of-hdd--samsung-debuts-a-3-2tb-pcie-ssd-card.html


"Well, now that they are getting the durability squared away, some are
going for capacity. Several have released 1TB drives. Samsung just
one-upped them all with a PCIe-based drive that holds 3.2TB."

I'll take a 10 TB SSD drive for $100 please.

Lynn
.... and I'd like a 5 year warranty with that.
 
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Arno

Lynn McGuire said:
"That seems to be ending. Not long after Samsung announced a 3.2TB SSD drive, Intel announced its alliance with Micron Technology
will yield enormous capacity SSD drives."
"Well, now that they are getting the durability squared away, some are going for capacity. Several have released 1TB drives. Samsung
just one-upped them all with a PCIe-based drive that holds 3.2TB."
I'll take a 10 TB SSD drive for $100 please.
That may have some extended delivery time ;-)

Arno
 

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