back to article Sweet Christmas: Micron more than triples SSD capacity with 9200

Micron is majorly bigging up its NVMe SSD capacity from 3.2TB in its 9100 to 11TB in a new 9200 drive, and making them shift data a lot faster as well. The 9200 comes in Eco, Pro and Max models, topping out at 11TB in the Eco version. The Eco is read-optimised, the Pro is for mixed read/write use, while the Max is write- …

  1. iromko

    What about the price? Any indications?

    1. Mr Sceptical

      If you have to ask...

      Icon as I definitely can't afford one!

  2. BA

    I suspect

    that the price is indicated in the product capacity i.e. more than an arm and a leg.

    1.4 Total Bodies and up.

    :-) .

  3. Phil Bennett

    Hey look, another large ssd announcement with no guide price

    How about a roundup of all the announced drives including guide prices? At the moment it seems to be press release -> article without any useful journo input.

    I'm not even asking you to bite the hand that feeds IT, just stop sucking the fingers in public.

  4. jh1098

    How is it that some of these exceed the bus speed? A PCIe 3.0 x4 bus is limited to 3.94 GB/s according to Wikipedia.

    1. diodesign (Written by Reg staff) Silver badge

      It's x4 for U.2 and x8 for HHHL.


  5. Geoff Campbell

    <quiet sobbing from the corner>

    I mean, I want one. Half a dozen, actually. But what would I do with them?


  6. raheel52000

    Where to Purchase these SSD


    Yes its really nice to read "Micron's silicon-to-systems approach" Think of Micron 9200 NVMe SSD for use cases like application acceleration, big data analytics, HPC, high frequency trading, and more. BUT the questions we start looking over Google from where to purchase these ultra-low latency Micron 9200 SSD other then micron as some of the retailers like:

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