back to article Nimbus fattens up Gemini twins with smaller flash chips

Nimbus Data has increased the capacity of its Gemini flash arrays by stuffing more smaller flash chips in them; we're talking 48TB in 2U, just pipping Violin's new 6264 array with its 64TiB in 3U. That 64TiB is equivalent to 70.5TB, meaning that Nimbus's new Gemini averages out at 24T/U versus 23.43TB/U for Violin Memory – …

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Anonymous Coward

Who? Who I ask will build it...

Even if the customers even come.

Analogous to Skyera, anybody who is everybody that has access to visio like product, a word processor and heck why not, powerpoint. Can create a new product of unimaginable capabilities. " Musk - hyper loop".

Look at linkedin, Nimbus as 29 employees online,three of them are engineers, Clinical, Hardware, QA.

So I ask, who? Who will build these massively dense machines? Who will work out the aggregation logic to work with these new more dense flash components.

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Anonymous Coward

1 year?

Was that a typo, or do they really only offer 1 year of support on their disk??? It doesn't really matter how cheap per TB they get if you have to buy new disk and migrate data every year...

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