Reply to post: Re: Why not SSD Drives?

Western Dig's MAMR is so phat, it'll store 100TB on a hard drive by 2032

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Re: Why not SSD Drives?

Client PC's, such as home and office computers will very likely be using flash (and it's successors) excursively in a few short years. However, for backup and archival purposes (think data centres etc), due the lower cost per gigabyte (10 times lower), spinning rust will remain for certain use cases.

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