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Samsung Unveils Data Center SSD Line-up in India

The "883 DCT" is designed for servers used to safeguard critical data, including power loss protection and end-to-end data protection

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The new SSD portfolio promises to raise the efficiency when compared to legacy storage systems, thus requiring fewer servers and reduced power and cooling for a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

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The price of the new line-up ranges between Rs 9,599 and Rs 2,01,299 and will be available at retail outlets across India.

Samsung’s new SSD line-up has the “860 DCT” which is designed for servers that require SSD-levels of sustained performance and is suitable for various applications including content delivery networks.

The “883 DCT” is designed for servers used to safeguard critical data, including power loss protection and end-to-end data protection.

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The “983 DCT” is a high-performance solution for servers using a non-volatile memory express (NVMe) interface, which allows for fast speeds and high responsiveness while the “983 ZET” is a cache memory solution that offers a new level of performance with ultra-low latency and breakthrough speeds and high reliability. (IANS)

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Samsung Competes Apple, Launches Stores and Expand Retail Footprints in US

On February 20, Samsung is also hosting its "Unpacked" event in San Francisco, where it will announce its first foldable smartphone and "Galaxy S10".

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Samsung's retail presence in the US was marked only by pop-up stores and dedicated spaces in franchisees like Best Buy. Pixabay

Keeping in line with the prevailing competition with Apple, Samsung is planning to inaugurate three full-scale stores in Los Angeles, New York and Houston on February 20, aiming to expand its retail footprint in the US, Apple Insider reported.

Samsung intends to allow users to try and buy its products ranging from smartphones to Virtual Reality (VR) glasses and televisions via these retail stores.

Much like Apple Stores, the South Korean giant plans on providing in-person customer support along with walk-in repairs available for mobile devices.

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Apple has long touted its retail stores as one of its key advantages, since people can try products in advance and have a place to turn if they need help with setup or troubleshooting. Pixabay

Up until now, Samsung’s retail presence in the US was marked only by pop-up stores and dedicated spaces in franchisees like Best Buy. This move comes at a time when Apple is coping with declining iPhone sales, driven mostly by tough competition in China from local smartphone makers.

“Apple has long touted its retail stores as one of its key advantages, since people can try products in advance and have a place to turn if they need help with setup or troubleshooting. It remains to be seen whether Samsung would be able to cultivate an equal or superior level of support and whether or not will enough people choose to shop at outlets instead of online or at the many third-party vendors that carry Samsung gears,” the report said.

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Due to low traffic and poor response, the company failed in its attempts at retail expansion in the UK and withdrew quickly.

On February 20, Samsung is also hosting its “Unpacked” event in San Francisco, where it will announce its first foldable smartphone and “Galaxy S10”, the report noted. (IANS)