Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by julieb, 18 Aug 2010.
Teras for my pr0ns! wohoo!
bet data horders heads just exploded with the thought of filling all that space. If the high densities are possible then shouldnt a massive speed increase also happen ? granted its not gunna be SSD fast but i would imagine a lot faster than samsung F3
I've always been impressed with Toshiba products, while the cost of SSD's hasn't come down anyware near the levels of mechanical drives, this shows that there is still more development left untapped.
When they get it working it will be a huge technological accomplishment but with all those specialised designs I shudder to think of the cost.
Thats alot of porn...
I'll be happy when we've got 50TB drives... and I own 12 of them >.<
Fantastic designs, the brainpower that goes into this stuff is truly awesome.
Now we just need there to be enough stuff worth storing.
GAMES, HD MOVIES, MUSIC, PORN
.......all of it
dude the internet will be 10 times bigger in volume, so you can get 50-100GB gmail account instead of ~8GB currencly
All of it? Every Justin Beiber music video? Every scat film? Hell if you were to cut out the crap you maybe could get the internet onto one of their special drives.
Really Awesome tech.
Go Toshiba !!!!!!
I don't want research on SSD to make them faster, I want them cheaper. They are fast already, but data density and price are stupid. I cannot see how a microSD can store 64gb and a 2.5" disk too and cost then to twenty times.
but Usenet alone can...............
sarcasm doesn't show well on the internet
Not at all. With media files getting bigger and bigger, larger and more reliable storage is always going to be required. I'd love to have two 10GB drives (in mirror raid) to back up all my films and music to.
I wonder what this will do for sequential read/write speeds (pretty obvious I think!). What about randoms as well? Will it be faster? Slower? Same seek times?
I'll be following this for sure.
You need more films & music then
Are you sure you'd love that?
15 TB HDDs by ~2013. Lovely
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