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Samsung unveils its 256TB SSDs and its Peta-Byte Scale PBSSDs

Samsung is exhibiting its latest products, introducing breakthrough technologies, and discussing some astounding developments at the Flash Memory Summit in California. Samsung is frequently the provider of the greatest news items from these events, and it has not disappointed with the introduction of 256TB SSDs as well as the unveiling of its PBSSD architecture, built for peta-byte scale solutions.

The focus of Samsung’s presentation at FMS 203 revolved around the theme of “Harnessing Memory Innovations for Enhanced Products and Services.” The overarching narrative was centered on adapting to the demands of the “AI era.” The company assured the audience that they are dedicated to pioneering cutting-edge technologies to address the rapid surge in data and its diverse range of applications.

Samsung began by promoting its PM1743 server SSD, which debuted at FMS last year. This has a PCIe 5.0 interface and comes in capacities of up to 15.36 TB.

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According to Samsung, the new drive is capable of “achieving twice the power efficiency of its predecessor.” According to Samsung, the new PM1743 will be used by the first users in the field of generative AI, such as using ChatGPT.

The PM9D3a server SSD in conventional 2.5-inch form size with PCIe 5.0 is also finished, according to the tech giant. According to the manufacturer, this drive will be up to 2.3 times faster than its predecessor thanks to its 8-channel controller. The new PM93a will be available in capacities ranging from 15.36 TB to 30.72 TB in H1 2024.

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Samsung has developed a 256TB SSD in order to provide maximal data storage within the power and capacity constraints of a single-server rack. It claims that the new devices are built with QLC NAND and the highest level of integrated density.

At the Summit, Samsung demonstrated their latest PBSSD architecture. According to the company, this is a petabyte-scale ultra-high capacity solution that provides high scalability by varying the capacity depending on the application.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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