That would be a 60TB Seagate SSD. Let that sink in: A 60 freakin’ terabyte SSD.
Seagate didn’t provide many details about its majestic creation except, well, that it exists. The company hopes to start shipping it as early as next year, and eventually roll out 100TB versions in the same form factor. That form factor, by the way, fits into a hard drive-sized 3.5-inch storage slot, rather than the 2.5-inch design used by most SSDs. Nobody said squeezing in 60TB of capacity was easy.