Exclusive: World’s largest SSD finally goes on sale — 61.44TB Solidigm SSD costs far less than I expected, with a per-terabyte price that’s much cheaper than 8TB SSD

We’ve written previously about Solidigm’s D5-P5336, a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD with a capacity of 61.44TB, but the drive – the world’s largest SSD to date – is finally up for pre-sale.

The D5-P5336 is the first quad-level cell (QLC) solid-state storage drive and comes available in the E1L and U.2 formats, popular in data centers. They aren’t generally found in the end user market, but someone added it to Valve’s Steam Deck so don’t rule the idea out of building your own custom U.2-friendly workstation!