With its industry-standard 3.5” form factor, ExaDrive is plug-and-play compatible with existing enclosures, enabling customers to upgrade to an all-flash infrastructure without investing in entirely new all-flash arrays.


  • World’s highest capacity SSD
  • World’s most energy efficient SSD
  • 5x more capacity than the largest HDD
  • 500x higher read IOps than nearline HDDs
  • 100x higher write IOps than 15K HDDs
  • Unlimited write guarantee for 5 years
  • Plug-and-play with existing 3.5” HDD slots

Applications & Workloads

  • Cloud storage
  • Big data
  • Digital imaging/media
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Technical computing
  • Tactical environments
  • Analytics and log repositories

Dramatic TCO Benefits

Space Savings At 50 TB, it enables 5:1 space reduction versus 10 TB nearline HDDs, reducing overall rack needs by 80%.
Power Reduction At 15 watts typical for 50 TB, it offers 70% lower power draw per TB than nearline HDDs.
Higher Utilization Rates Faster IO means utilization rates can be improved to 90%+ versus typical 60% with HDDs, an increase of 50%.
Refresh Postponement With 2 million hour MTBF, it offers 50% longer endurance than typical nearline HDDs.
Cooling Savings The 50 TB SSD requires 65% fewer BTU’s of cooling per TB than nearline HDDs, reducing HVAC costs.
Inline Deduplication and Compression Nearline HDDs are too slow to support inline deduplication and compression, but flash most definitely can, multiplying the effective capacity even further.
Increased Scalability With 100x+ more IOps, it dramatically increases the revenue-generating potential of your IT infrastructure.
Performance Gains With 98% lower latency than nearline HDDs, time-to-data is slashed, improving the user experience.
Reduced CPU Costs The improvement in storage performance reduces IO wait cycles, improving CPU efficiency by 50% or more.
Superior Reliability No moving parts means fewer drive swaps and fewer RAID rebuilds that negatively impact your infrastructure.
Reduced Administration Costs SSD performance simplifies array configuration and accelerates setup, reducing costly administration time.
Chassis Standardization Conforming to the 3.5” standard, it helps customers avoid having to buy a 2.5” chassis that other SSDs require.