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Flash Portfolio’s Matter - Seagate Flash Memory Summit Briefing Note

Flash storage is evolving on three vectors. Performance continues to be the key vector. Most data centers buy flash because of its performance attributes; high IOPS and low latency. 569 more words


When Does Your Data Center Need NVMe?

NVMe is a new protocol that most data centers will use within the next several years in addition to SCSI. The path to NVMe will not require an infrastructure overhaul. 1,045 more words


ADATA launches XPG Gammix S10 PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD for gamers

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

ADATA launches XPG Gammix S10 PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD for gamers

ADATA has just announced a new mid-range PCIe-based SSD for gamers called the XPG Gammix S10. 165 more words


Overcoming the Storage Challenges of Hyperscale Data Centers - Excelero Briefing Note

A hyperscale data center may have hundreds of instances of multiple applications. At any point in time one of these instances may peak and demand a much higher than normal amount of CPU and storage IO, starving other instances and applications for resources. 910 more words


The State of Storage Architectures

Storage architectures evolved from the legacy scale-up architectures to scale-out architectures. Scale-out architectures evolved into hyperconverged architectures. The data center is also evolving, of course, but at an even faster pace. 1,230 more words


The Effect of New Memory Technologies on the Data Center

In terms of storage, flash is not the end of the road. New storage and memory technologies will continue to come to market. The next step in storage will have the attributes of RAM but add persistence. 427 more words


Linux Utility to Measure the Performance of NVMe Storage Drives

NVMe is a new upcoming storage protocol. It has been developed because Solid State Drives have started filling up the Threshold limits of SATA Protocol. It has been designed keeping the growth of storage industry in mind; thus, future storage drives won’t be able to saturate its threshold anytime soon. 4,033 more words