Seagate has just announced a gigantic 60TB solid-state-drive. The company has made it clear that they will provide “the lowest cost per gigabyte for flash.” There is no doubt that data centers across the world will be eager to try this equipment and possibly put them into full scale products.
It’s too early to have a real idea about the performance or longevity of these drives. Many believe they will not be compatible with current data centers. No matter the compatibility, performance or longevity of these drives, one thing is clear, we are seeing exponential growth in the data industry. Many of our readers will be looking to migrate to larger capacities to fulfill the growing needs of their business.
Excess storage devices will get in the way of newer technologies. We can help you with removing excess data, securely erasing that data, and providing you the greatest market value on your older equipment. Fill out the form on the right or submit on our asset recovery page so that you can more easily begin the transition to the new generation of storage hardware.