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Streaming Build For @mtrxmc On Twitter, $850/950 Budget.

@mtrxmc is a streamer on Twitch, you can check out his stream here. He contacted me today asking me to put together a build for him to stream and game on. 627 more words


OCZ’s NVMe SSDs provide Lower Latency and Faster, more Consistent Performance

When non-volatile flash memory-based solid-state drives (SSDs) were introduced, the protocol support included SAS/SATA. These interfaces were designed for hard disk drives (HDDs) and had more latency than was ideal for flash, but it made for easier integration of SSDs into enterprise storage systems and servers since the existing infrastructure was built around HDDs. 1,365 more words


Briefing Note: OCZ’s new Enterprise-class SSDs deliver on advantages of NVMe

SSDs are about to get a lot faster, thanks to NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) the new industry standard interface for solid-state storage products. It was developed to replace SAS/SATA and fully exploit the advantages of non-volatile memory technologies like NAND flash. 686 more words


Storage News and Insight for the week of 3-28 - Podcast

George Crump and Eric Slack join me on this week’s News and Insights podcast from Storage Switzerland.

Links to items we discussed in this week’s news and insights podcast: 43 more words


Briefing Note: OCZ Intrepid 3700 - 2TB Enterprise SSD priced for Hyper-scale Data Centers

Last November OCZ introduced a new type of high-capacity SSD, the Saber 1000, designed to provide enterprise-like performance and reliability for hyper-scale data centers, at a price point closer to consumer SSDs. 413 more words


SlideShare - Hyper-scale Nightmare -The Potential Consequences of using Consumer-grade Flash in the Data Center

Hyper-scale data centers (and many enterprises as well) face relentless pressure to contain costs. One way to lower those costs is to use consumer-grade solid-state drives in their scale-out server architectures, instead of the enterprise-class SSDs that are routinely used in these environments. 167 more words