IBM Announces SSD Caching
- February 8, 2012
February 8, 2012- IBM announced new caching capabilities for its SSD network storage systems. According to the press release, “with SSD caching, the most frequently used data is stored on solid state memory placed between the system memory and hard drives. Because SSDs use no spinning disks and robotic arms, the storing and retrieving of data is accomplished with virtually no latency, speeding data access by orders of magnitude. In addition to the superior performance, SSD cache requires no separate tier to manage.”
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