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Surveying emerging SSD offerings
This article is part of the Storage magazine issue of Vol. 11 Num. 7 September 2012
The fast developing solid-state storage market offers a variety of implementation choices. By carefully assessing your needs, you’ll be able to make the right product selection. It's been a challenge to adapt traditional shared storage architectures to solid-state drive (SSD) performance, opening the door for an array of startups that bring diverse implementations of solid-state storage to the market. These implementations range from full solid-state storage systems to server-based solid-state caching devices to hybrid arrays that pair a modest amount of solid-state with traditional spinning disks. With so many options, evaluating the alternatives can be difficult, but approaching the task from a use-case perspective can help. Addressing extreme performance demands Solid-state technologies are more frequently being considered as alternatives for applications with extreme performance demands. The most demanding apps are often data analytics, digital imaging, financial transactions, transactional messaging data, and similar ...
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The fast developing solid-state storage market offers a variety of implementation choices. By carefully assessing your needs, you’ll be able to make the right product selection.