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EMC’s Comprehensive Flash Strategy

White Paper Published By: EMC
EMC
Published:  Dec 16, 2014
Type:  White Paper

Flash is now rapidly and violently disrupting the disk status quo, and not just, or even mainly, because it is fast. Yes, the early integration of SSDs into a storage strategy was all about accelerating specific workloads, followed by getting a better overall balance of price/performance in external storage arrays. 

However, as flash is becoming more pervasive, optimized, and affordable, new applications and new storage software stacks are also emerging that are built “ground-up” for solid-state. Thus today, flash storage has value in a number of implementations within and across the storage infrastructure—be that in storage systems themselves, in servers, or in the network.

This White Paper provides information on how Flash is now rapidly and violently disrupting the disk status quo, and not just, or even mainly, because it is fast. Yes, the early integration of SSDs into a storage strategy was all about accelerating specific workloads, followed by getting a better overall balance of price/performance in external storage arrays.

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emc, flash, flash storage