[citation][nom]unholygregor[/nom]enterprise ssd's=big capacity=less $$ per gb =good for consumer[/citation]
I dont think that they will increase the capacity as much as you are thinking. Most enterprise servers use drives with capacities less than 500gb. they just have 8 slots or more in them to add capacity easily. With enterprise tech youre looking more at the decrease of power and heat and increasing the life cycle of the ssds. I doubt we will see sans with 14tB capacity all in SSDs any time soon. Would be cool to see a company with that kind of cash though
Somewhat off topic, but I wonder why it is so hard to make an SSD controller. It seems that it would be harder to create a controller for regular drives that can physically direct a read head over infinitesimal magnetic bits and read them off a disk spinning at 7200 rpm or more. I realize SDD storage capacities are higher than conventional memory, but can't they just model SSD storage after existing memory controllers?