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OCZ Showcases Ibis XL 4TB SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: 01:04AM

San Jose-based SSD manufacturer OCZ has showcased its behemoth 4TB SSD, named the Ibis XL at CeBIT 2011. 4TB capacity aside, the 5.25" Ibis XL uses OCZ's HSDL link interface, offering incredible data transfer speeds of up to 1800MB/s (read) and 1700MB/s (write), along with 200K IOPS (4K random write). The Ibis XL series is also available in capacities up to 8TB, and if that isn't enough, four individual drives can be combined into one 32TB RAID array. Does the Ibis XL sound like your kind of thing? Well, with 4TB (or more) of flash memory costing a fortune, you'd better start saving now to purchase one anytime soon!

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Locutus on March 8, 2011 01:30AM
You accidentally said GB like 6 times.
malmsteenisgod on March 8, 2011 01:36AM
Lol yea, but I think most people get the idea.
premiumgfx on March 8, 2011 02:14AM
Thanks for pointing that out. :) (Like 6 times is an exaggeration :P)
Ceej on March 8, 2011 02:27AM
Speaking of giga, I'm wondering how many thousands this will cost :P
gebraset on March 9, 2011 08:12PM
Holy hell.

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