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World's most expensive storage holds 100Tb

Cliff Saran

Texas Memory Systems has developed a solid state disk system which performs 5 million I/Os per second. It costs $4.4m for 100 terabytes of storage.

RamSan6200 Texas Memory Systems 100 Terabytes Tb data

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The RamSan-6200 is a scaled up system that combines 20 RamSan-620 solid state disks in a single datacentre rack and uses Texas Memory Systems' TeraWatch software to provide unified management and monitoring from a single GUI console.

Initially designed to meet the requirements of a customer with extreme performance needs, the RamSan-6200 serves enterprise applications such as data acquisition, data warehousing, modelling, simulations, rendering, and video editing.

The RamSan-6200 consumes 6 kilowatts an hour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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