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Submission + - Using SSDs as Cache vs. Primary Storage in Enterprise (

Nemilar writes: "SSD has many benefits — low power, high IO bandwidth, low latency — yet their adoption has been delayed by high cost, device wear and data organization disruption. Still, SSDs are here to stay and the list of vendors and products is getting bigger every day. Rather than adopt SSD arrays as primary storage, some companies are using SSD as a cache mechanism to improve performance while holding on to their traditional storage arrays."
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Using SSDs as Cache vs. Primary Storage in Enterprise

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