Re: Any drive
375PB isn't enough for you? Really? What are you using to generate that much transient data? For argument's sake, I have a medium load server (moderate MySQL load, Apache, several websites of various descriptions, mail, etc.) that has been running for a couple of years, and according to dumpe2fs, it has averaged 800GB of writes per year. That gives a figure of a little under about 467,000 years life expectancy (give or take a few centuries).
Anybody telling you that write endurance is an issue today either doesn't have a clue what they are talking about, or they are trying to sell you something (or both).