Short Bytes: Pushing its storage technology innovation one step further, Intel has unveiled a new SSD form factor.
Called Ruler Ssd due to its long and skinny shape, it can store up to 1PB of data with reduced power and cooling effort.
Aptly named so for its long and skinny shape, Ruler SSD delivers the most storage capacity for a server with lowest required power and cooling needs.
This next generation SSD will use Intel 3D NAND technology to store about 300,000 HD movies or about 70 years of continuous entertainment.
Also Read: Leaked: 8th Gen Intel Core i7 Desktop CPUs Aka “Coffee Lake-S” Specifications And Benchmark Fossbytes co-founder and an aspiring entrepreneur who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and security.
- Intel's Ruler SSDs Can Cram 1 Petabyte into a Single Server RackExtremeTech
- Intel Announces 'Ruler' Form Factor for Data Center SSDsPCMag
- Intel Ruler SSD squeezes 300000 movies into a single rackSlashGear
- One drive to rule them. Intel's new look for petabyte drivesPC Perspective
- Intel Wants To Cram 1PB of SSD Storage Into a 1U ServerGeek
- Intel's new SSD looks crazy but it can store 1 petabyte of dataBGR
- "Ruler" fom factor SSDs announced by IntelNotebookcheck.net (press release)
- Intel intros Ruler SSD form factor and Dual Ports SSDsOcaholic.ch
- 1 Way Intel Corporation Hopes to Boost Memory ProfitabilityMotley Fool