The world’s largest SSD just turned four and its 100TB capacity remains unmatched – but why?

When Nimbus Data launched the 100TB ExaDrive DC on March 19, 2018, it was by far the largest solid state drive ever launched, noticeably larger than your average SSD as it used a 3.5-inch form factor rather than the usual 2.5-inch laptop hard disk drives fit into. Since then, no one has even come close to challenging its hegemony, but why is that?

Part of the answer can be found in an interview TechRadar Pro did two years ago with the CEO of Nimbus Data, Thomas Isakovich. Firstly, Nimbus Data has a patent pending on the scale-out architecture of an SSD that gives the company a fundamental advantage that will be tough for other vendors to work around. 

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