10TB SSDs on the way from Toshiba and Intel…but not for at least a year


Micron and Intel, and separately Toshiba, have revealed that solid state drives (SSDs) as large as 10 terrabytes will be available to manufacturing partners as early as next year. Ultimately, it’s still pretty early days for the multi-layer chip technologies that make such capacities possible, but devices containing 10TB of SSD storage are at least now on the distant horizon. Micron and Intel say that by using 3D NAND technology, they can fit more than 3.5TBs of storage on a “gum-sized” SSD, and more than 10TB on a standard 2.5-inch drive. While SSDs with this capacity still look a while…

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