'Mammoth' 50TB SSD launched by Viking Technology

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Mammoth 50TB SSD can slash data centre cooling requirements, claims Viking
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Mammoth 50TB SSD can slash data centre cooling requirements, claims Viking

Viking claims that, despite its high cost, the 50TB SSD can reduce data centre cooling costs 'by 80 per cent'

Viking Technology has introduced what it describes as the 'world's largest' 50 terabyte solid state drive (SSD) - but that kind of capacity doesn't come cheap.  The mammoth SSD, which the compan...

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