Samsung Makes World’s Largest Hard Drive For All Users
It is not always simple to suit our computing lifestyles among the curtails of our computing hardware. There are lots of things like Pictures, musics, movies, apps, games you just name it. And as we all know, all our digital data begins to increase after a certain period and before you recognize it you have probably run out of space on your hard drive. Our constantly adding library of bulky and sturdy media files desires somewhere to put up permanently and if that can not be the cloud storage then we will have to depend on external hard drives. The matter is, we are currently rapidly approaching to a point where the largest solid state drives (SSD) available on the market which is created by Seagate and Western Digital that is 8 TB and 10 TB can not be enough for use.
Source:- The World’s Largest(16TB) Hard Drive
Therefore, keeping this in perspective Samsung Unleashed World’s Largest Hard Drive for all the users that is garbing the attention worldwide. The Korean company disclosed its new uber-mega-drive at the Flash Memory Summit in California. And World’s Largest Hard Drive is extremely massive, giving a humongous 16 TB of storage, that is half-dozen TB larger than the prior record setter. To place things in broader view, 16 TB may occupy over 3 million MP3 files, over 4,000 movies, approximately 5 million digital pictures. This thing is really big. Isn’t it? Samsung 16 TB hard drive is 1,000 times larger than causal iPhone and 32 times larger than the storage within the laptop on that I am writing these words.
One of the best thing is, Samsung’s new hard dive is a solid state drive that works on NAND flash for storage and not a mechanical disc drive that uses platter technology. This suggests that it would be lighting fast, light-weighted and energy sufficient, along with no moving components that was employed in older hard drives and PC. According to the reports, Samsung had to extend the density of its flash chips so as to crunch most capability into a traditional 2.5-inch SSD. The key aspect behind Samsung’s SSD which is World’s Largest Hard Drive is the company’s new 256Gbit (32GB) NAND flash die that is double the capability of 128Gbit NAND dies which were commercialized by numerous chip manufacturers last year. To succeed in such an outstanding density surely we can say that Samsung has able to compress 48 layers of 3-bits-per-cell (TLC) 3D V-NAND into one die. This is definitely up from 24 layers in 2013 and 36 Layers which was in 2014.
Chronologically, like all the PC chips, NAND flash is structured as a planar which means that the working architecture on the chip are put on a single two-dimensional plane. In the same way as logic chips moves towards 3D transistors. Samsung has been imitating onwards with 3D NAND. The only method of describing 3D NAND is that everything is twisted on its side. Thus rather than having only one layer of memory cells on one plane, you’ll be able to currently have dozens of layers of cells, all will be positioned upwards along each other. In Samsung’s V-NAND, V points out to the vertical nature of those cells.
If you talk about 3D NAND process and functionality then it is extremely advanced and complicated too, however the huge potential density increase makes it worthy. The Samsung’s World’s Largest Hard Drive has actual capability 15.36 TB should use between 480 and 500 of Samsung’s new 256Gbit dies. Right now, we are not entirely confident how can anyone squeeze that a lot of dies into a typical 2.5-inch solid state drive case, however apparently there is some die or package piling muddled.
At the the Flash Memory Summit, according to Golem.de, Samsung displayed off a server with 48 of those new Solid state drives, with a complete storage capability of 768 TB and the performance graded at 2,000,000 IOPS (input/output operations per second). As compared to the customer-rated SSD which you simply have in your laptop or computer is perhaps capable of around 10,000-90,000 IOPS considering how it works. Unfortunately, there are a couple of signs to the PM1633a this is the model number Samsung is using for the SSD. The price of the Samsung PM1633a which is World’s Largest Hard Drive is estimated to be US$8,000 once it finally available in the market.
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