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Nimbus Data Releases 64TB QLC SSD

by Michael Rink
Nimbus 64TB QLC

Today, Nimbus Data began shipping a new line of Quad Level Cell (QLC) ExaDrive Solid-State Drives (SSDs). The new ExaDrive NL line of QLC SSDs includes a huge 64TB model. Nimbus Data was founded in 2003 and is privately held. The company sells SSDs and flash (SSD) arrays. It is famous for selling the ExaDrive DC100, the largest SSD in the world.

Today, Nimbus Data began shipping a new line of Quad Level Cell (QLC) ExaDrive Solid-State Drives (SSDs). The new ExaDrive NL line of QLC SSDs includes a huge 64TB model. Nimbus Data was founded in 2003 and is privately held. The company sells SSDs and flash (SSD) arrays. It is famous for selling the ExaDrive DC100, the largest SSD in the world.

Nimbus 64TB QLC

The drive is surprisingly inexpensive compared to similarly-sized drives too, coming in at just $10,900. The new drive is available with either SAS or SATA connections. Two smaller models, 16TB, and 32TB, are also available.

Possibly the best thing about the new QLC SSDs from Nimbus Data is their size. The new Nimbus Data ExaDrive NL SSDs are available in a three and a half-inch form factor, which means that they can fit in a standard 3.5″ HDD slot. According to the company, their new drives are plug-and-play compatible with virtually any 3.5″ HDD slot. Being available with either SATA or SAS connections helps increase the number of existing rack units they can be used in.

Nimbus Data’s previous Exadrive has held the world record for the largest solid-state drive available for more than two years now. It has a tremendous storage capacity of 100TB in just a single drive. The massive drive has a similarly high price of $40,000.

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