Samsung raises SSD capacity to 3.2TB

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The SM1715 drive is Samsung's highest-capacity SSD to date, and is built for reliability and durability, Samsung said in a statement. Samsung didn't provide either a price or shipment date for the 3.2TB drive, but the company usually ships SSDs months after they go into production.

Samsung is leaning to transition over to the PCI-Express 3.0 for drives with capacity of more than 3TB. The PCI-Express drives are based on the NVMe (NVM Express) protocol, which is for high-speed SSDs.

The SM1715 will also come with 1.6TB in storage capacity, Samsung said.

Originally Posted on Computer World
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