Samsung Electronics said it has started shipments of its PM1633a solid-state drive, which can contain up to 512 V-NAND flash memory devices, providing 15.36 terabytes of data storage. The 2.5-inch SSD is designed for enterprise applications and is being shipped to resellers. The drive will also be available this year in capacities of 480 gigabytes, 960GB, 1.92TB, 3.84TB and 7.68TB.
Samsung's five new lines of solid-state drives include the 2.5-inch 850 EVO, featuring the third-generation V-NAND flash memory chip. Samsung says it plans to produce more terabyte-level SSDs. The products are scheduled to launch in 50 countries this month.
Samsung Electronics has introduced the 850 EVO and PRO solid-state drive, which it says can store 2 terabytes of data. The SSD features Samsung's V-NAND flash memory devices, along with other chips made by the Korean company.
Samsung Electronics has introduced a 1-terabyte solid-state drive for high-end PCs, incorporating its V-NAND memory chips, 3D NAND flash memory devices. The second-generation V-NAND technology stacks 32 NAND storage layers in one semiconductor package, according to the company, which did not disclose pricing.