Why A New Class Of SSD Is Needed
Data Center Knowledge, July 3rd, 2019
July 3, 2019,
Volume 256, Issue 1

Value SAS uses native SAS from end to end, eliminating the need for any protocol translation and improving performance

"Solid state drives continue replacing hard drives in servers at a steady pace. IT managers now demand higher performance, larger capacities, improved reliability, and need more advanced storage technologies to address today's abundance of data. Faced with the fundamental decision of choosing the right SSD for varying server workloads, IT managers need to understand the pros and cons of the SSD interfaces available. Due to their cost-effectiveness, millions of SATA-based SSDs have been deployed in servers, but their attach rate is expected to decline1 as application demands have surpassed their performance capabilities..."

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