[October 1, 2010] The latency of the Internet is greater than the latency of disk, so what's the point of Flash cache for Web devices?
Solid State Storage Catches OnHigh prices and a down economy haven't kept flash-based solid state drives from catching on with enterprise storage users.
[April 30, 2010] EMC's Global Marketing CTO sees solid state drives, the cloud and Ethernet as the future of storage networking.
[April 26, 2010] Nimbus Data Systems has unveiled an all-SSD data storage array that the company claims is the first of its kind for enterprise storage.
[April 16, 2010] It's sure to provoke debate, but here are our nominations for the coolest SSD implementations.
[March 25, 2010] Issues like wear leveling and your SAS or RAID controller will determine whether SSDs succeed in your storage networking environment.
[February 12, 2010] There are many reliability and performance issues to consider before adding SSDs to your enterprise storage networking environment.
[February 10, 2010] Micron's acquisition of Numonyx gives the memory firm a big stake in phase change memory (PCM) and NAND flash, two technologies that could change enterprise data storage.
[February 3, 2010] Phase change memory could be the technology that moves the data storage industry from HDDs to solid state drives.
[January 29, 2010] SSDs can improve database and file system performance, but there are a number of issues that need to be addressed to make the most of the pricey drives.
[January 27, 2010] The TRIM space-saving command will be in every SSD by mid-year, one analyst predicts.
[January 8, 2010] Data storage vendors compete in the emerging market for automated tiered storage.
[December 31, 2009] New technologies like phase change memory could make storage networks irrelevant unless the industry bands together to address I/O bottlenecks.
[December 1, 2009] SSD makers have come up with a number of ways to maintain the high performance of the pricey drives.
[September 30, 2009] Solid state drives may be known for blistering performance, but that performance can degrade over time unless the SSD vendor has taken steps to prevent it.
[April 27, 2009] Storage hardware sales may be suffering, but customers are still opening their wallets for some data storage technologies.
[April 13, 2009] SandForce claims it has overcome the performance and reliability limitations of MLC-based flash data storage.
[March 26, 2009] Steve Wozniak's new gig at Fusion-io involves developing flash drives for everything from SANs to PC gaming.
[March 24, 2009] The SAN vendor automatically migrates inactive data off pricey SSDs to less expensive disk.
[March 13, 2009] Thanks to EMC and other top data storage vendors, STEC's solid state drive sales are 'through the roof.'
[March 11, 2009] Sun Microsystems is proposing a new flash data storage form factor that could save users a ton of space in servers and storage arrays.
[February 5, 2009] Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is the latest IT legend to recognize the promise of solid state storage technology.
[November 5, 2008] Solid state storage has become a big priority at Intel enough to get Gordon Moore himself involved.
[June 4, 2008] Following on EMC's heels, the vendor plans to push solid state technology throughout its storage portfolio.
[May 16, 2008] Pliant believes its new EFD solid state technology will change the way enterprises store data.
[May 2, 2008] Flash-based solid state drives are beginning to show up in enterprise storage, and while promising for high-performance applications, they have some reliability issues that must be addressed.
[January 25, 2008] Solid state storage just might have what it takes this time around.
[January 14, 2008] The storage giant adds solid state drives and thin provisioning to its high-end Symmetrix arrays.