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Laptop SSD, desktop SSD, and other implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

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SSD array implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

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SSD utility and application tools from searchSolidStateStorage.com

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Solid state storage technology from searchSolidStateStorage.com

  • enterprise SSD (enterprise solid-state drive)

    Definition -An enterprise SSD (also known as an enterprise solid-state drive or enterprise solid-state disk) stores data persistently or caches data temporarily in nonvolatile memory and generally provides higher performance and greater endurance than consumer or client SSDs.

  • EMC XtremIO storage array

    Feature -The XtremIO storage array from EMC is an all-flash system that offers scalability and high performance.

  • HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 all-flash array

    Feature -HP StoreServ 7450 is powered by the 3PAR Operating System Software Suite and offers inline deduplication, VVOLs support and rapid provisioning.

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Solid state cache appliance implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

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Server-based SSD implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

  • Server-side flash storage systems can reduce latency

    Feature -Server-side flash options include SAS/SATA drives, PCI Express cards and dual inline memory modules that place flash even closer to the application I/O.

  • Chop latency with server-side flash storage

    E-Handbook -On-board storage in servers has traditionally meant high-performance hard disk drives. Today that is changing, with server-side flash storage a popular alternative to boost application performance.

    There are a variety of ways to deploy flash in servers, however. And choosing between traditional form factor solid-state drives and PCI Express-based flash -- not to mention emerging technologies such as memory channel-connected flash -- can be challenging. As with any class of technology, each approach has benefits and drawbacks to consider. This handbook looks at the server-side flash market today, explains each server-side flash approach, outlines their strengths and weaknesses, and offers real-world examples to help you decide what's right for your organization.

    If you are evaluating server-side flash, or flash storage in general, this is a must read.

  • Seagate launches PCIe SSDs, flash accelerator card

    News -Seagate extends its PCIe Nytro flash product line with a new flash accelerator card, and 2.5-inch and M.2 NVMe-compliant PCIe SSDs, which target enterprise workloads.

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NAS (network attached storage) from searchStorage.com

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