Thursday, March 24, 2016

15TB SSD from Samsung, 2,000,000 IOPS

Samsung’s monstrous 15TB SSD is now shipping | Ars Technica

"Samsung has announced that it is now shipping its PM1633a SSD...isn't just the biggest SSD around, it's straight-up the biggest drive around. At 15.36TB, it dwarfs other SSDs and surpasses the capacity even of the very latest magnetic spinning disks. Remarkably, it packs all this storage into a conventional 2.5-inch package."

Samsung unveils 2.5-inch 16TB SSD: The world’s largest hard drive | Ars Technica

"At the Flash Memory Summit, as reported by, Samsung showed off a server with 48 of these new SSDs, with a total storage capacity of 768 terabytes and performance rated at 2,000,000 IOPS (input/output operations per second). By comparison, the consumer-grade SSD that you have in your PC is probably capable of around 10,000-90,000 IOPS, depending on the workload.
Today, an enterprise-grade 1TB SSD will cost you about £600 or $1,000; an enterprise-grade helium-filled 8TB hard drive from HGST costs about £400 or $700."

IOPS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
7,200 rpm SATA drivesHDD~75-100 IOPS[2]SATA 3 Gbit/s
Samsung SSD 850 PROSSD100,000 read IOPS
90,000 write IOPS[19]
SATA 6 Gbit/s
Fusion-io ioDrive2SSDUp to 9,608,000 IOPS[48]PCIe
EMC DSSD D5FlashUp to 10 million IOPS [50]PCIe Out of Box, up to 48 clients with high availability.

ScottGu's Blog - Announcing the Biggest VM Sizes Available in the Cloud: New Azure GS-VM Series

Standard_GS5: 32 cores,  448 GB RAM,  80,000 IOPS, 2,000 MB/sec

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