Nimbus launches the highest capacity SSD DC100 in history

Nimbus, the pioneer in flash memory solutions, has announced its ExaDrive DC100. That is the highest capacity SSD ever produced, with a capacity of around 100TB. Also, it comes with more than three times the size of the nearest competitor. And the DC100 ExaDrive also consumes 85% less energy per terabyte (TB).

Nimbus launches the highest capacity SSD DC100 in history

Nimbus launches the highest capacity SSD DC100 in history

These innovations reduce total cost per terabyte by 42% compared to competing enterprise SSDs. So, helping to accelerate the adoption of NAND flash memory for servers.

“As flash memory prices fall, capacity, energy efficiency. And density will become key drivers of cost reduction,” said Thomas Isakovich, CEO, and founder of Nimbus Data. “The ExaDrive DC100 meets these challenges for data center applications, offering unmatched capacity in ultra-low power design.

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The DC100 supports much higher capacity than monolithic flash controllers. Using NAND 3D, this SSD provides enough ability to store 20 million songs, 20,000 HD movies or 2,000 iPhones of data on a device small enough to fit in the back pocket.

With the same 3.5 form factor and the same SATA interface used by hard drives. Also, the ExaDrive DC100 is plug-and-play compatible with hundreds of storage platforms and servers. The DC100 has a consumption of 0.1 watts per TB, reaches up to 100,000 IOps (read or write) and up to 500 MBps of performance.

The ExaDrive DC-100 is protected by a 5-year warranty and will not be sold to the public at this time.