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24 Million IOPS on a Single Device

Crossbar Briefing Note Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) is the nirvana of the memory and storage market. It provides most of the speed and durability of RAM but the persistence of flash. The combination should drive both in-memory computing initiatives and high

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Business Outcome Driven Storage

The new mantra for IT is to focus the technology and services their data centers provide on business outcomes. That concept seems more easily applied to front-line and customer-facing applications, like customer relationship management, decision support and Web servers that

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SlideShare – The Future of Enterprise Flash in 2015

TLC Flash, 3D NAND, NVM and Hybrid Memory Arrays are the four big changes coming to memory based storage in 2015 that enterprises need to be prepared for. The technologies promise to dramatically reduce the cost of flash storage while

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What impacts All-Flash Storage Performance

There are a number of factors that impact the performance of an All-Flash or Hybrid storage system. These systems are all based on the same basic foundation, flash memory acting as storage. In the hard drive era, inefficient software and

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The Future of Enterprise Flash in 2015

TLC Flash, 3D NAND, NVM and Hybrid Memory Arrays are the four big changes coming to memory based storage in 2015 that enterprises need to be prepared for. The technologies promise to dramatically reduce the cost of flash storage while

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The Impact of NVM on Storage Architectures

Our first session note from Storage Visions 2014 comes from the session, “Please Don’t Go Away: Bringing Non-Volatile Memory to Tomorrow’s Storage Architectures”, sponsored by SNIA. As the title implies, the session discussed Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) and its potential impact

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