At the SC17 trade show, Micron is demonstrating several currently unavailable products for the enterprise market. Among other things, the company is showcasing its upcoming Micron 9200 ECO U.2 SSD with 11 TB capacity as well as an 8 TB drive that belongs to the Micron 5100-series. The Micron 9200 family of SSDs was introduced earlier this year and was designed for applications with different requirements for performance and endurance. The drives are based on the company’s 32-layer 3D TLC NAND memory and will be available in capacities ranging from 1.6 TB to 11 TB. The Micron 9200 ECO is the latest addition to the lineup that is aimed at write-intensive applications and will be available in 8 TB and 11 TB configurations with rated...
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