American computer data storage company Nimbus Data has gone ahead and created what is the world's highest-capacity solid state drive yet in the form of the ExaDrive DC100.
This particular solid state drive measures in at only 3.5 inches, but is capable of storing a monstrous 100 terabytes of data. This drive comfortably smashes the previous record that was held by Samsung and its 30-terabyte offering.
The ExaDrive DC100 solid state drive unabashedly prioritizes capacity over read speeds. This makes it perfect for use by enterprise customers who are keen to cut down on the amount of energy and physical space they use to store data, and don't mind compromising on speeds.
Currently being tested with data centers and other enterprise customers, the ExaDrive DC100 is a high-density data storage innovation whose biggest advantage is its ability to save energy costs, a welcome innovation for companies who store large amounts of data.