Micron announces 1.4 TB enterprise PCIe SSD - 750,000 IOPS

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#1

Micron announces 1.4 TB enterprise PCIe SSD - 750,000 IOPS.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2013/05/NisNI.png[/newsimage]Micron has announced a whopping 1.4 Terabyte PCI Express Solid State Disk (SSD).


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/micron-announces-p420m-1-4-tb-enterprise-pcie-ssd-750000-iops-67017/](http://www.myce.com/news/micron-announces-p420m-1-4-tb-enterprise-pcie-ssd-750000-iops-67017/)


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#2

“Pricing not disclosed.” I’ll have my fingers crossed for $79us.


#3

Probably over a grand, I’ll stick with the 1TB ( 960gb) M500


#4

[QUOTE=alan1476;2686670]Probably over a grand, I’ll stick with the 1TB ( 960gb) M500[/QUOTE]
Rotflcopter …


#5

IIRC, these are about the speeds of GDDR5 memory…
This is not going to be cheap… putting it outside the ordinary consumer’s budget. With the PC biz in downswing only hardcore applications would be the marketplace for such a card. My estimation is somewhere in the 800 - 1200$ price range, especially if no other company comes close on the performance for SSD cards. These have always been a factor of 10x the price of an ordinary hard drive, give or take in the past decade…


#6

[QUOTE=ChristineBCW;2686660]“Pricing not disclosed.” I’ll have my fingers crossed for $79us.[/QUOTE]

AFAIK, $79 won’t buy you 1.4 TB of anything, especially something solid-state. You might be able to get a 1TB disk-based drive for $79, though.


#7

[QUOTE=TSJnachos117;2686756]AFAIK, $79 won’t buy you 1.4 TB of anything, especially something solid-state. You might be able to get a 1TB disk-based drive for $79, though.[/QUOTE]
Something tells me that Christine already knew that. LOL.:wink: