61.44 TB SSDs are now offered for orders by Solidigm

61.44 TB SSDs are now offered for orders by Solidigm

22.01.2024
Author: HostZealot Team
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According to Techradar, Solidigm now accepts orders of D5-P5336 – QLC NVMe-based SSDs with the largest capacity to exist – 61.44 TB, purposed for data storage in high-density data centers.

The storage device, presented last summer, features an E1.L form factor, PCIe 4.0 x4 (NVMe 1.4) interface, and 192-layer flash memory microchips QLC 3D NAND.

The D5-P533 device can support 0.58 rewrites per day (DWPD rate) and a mean time between failures (MTBF) of 2 million hours. Power consumption in active mode is 23 watts and idle mode is 5 watts. The operating temperature range is from 0 to 70°C.

The main usage area of the new device is high workloads as in the case of AI, ML, and massive content transfer. The sequential read speed is 7000 MB per second while the sequential write speed is 3000 MB per second. IOPS for random reads in 4 kilobyte blocks is up to 1,005,000 and for random writes is up to 43,800, according to the specifications.

The average price at which the new device can be bought from retailers is $3700–$4000.

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