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IDC Technology Spotlight: Primary Flash Market Evolving to Next-Generation Architectures

White Paper Published By: Pure Storage Australia
Pure Storage Australia
Published:  Jun 23, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  5 pages

As flash costs continue to drop and new, flash-driven designs help to magnify the compelling economic advantages AFAs offer relative to HDD-based designs, mainstream adoption of AFAs —first for primary storage workloads and then ultimately for secondary storage workloads — will accelerate. Well-designed AFAs that still leverage legacy interfaces like SAS will be able to meet many performance requirements over the next year or two.

Those IT organisations that aim to best position themselves to handle future growth will want to look at next-generation AFA offerings, as the future is no longer flash-optimised architectures (implying that HDD design tenets had to be optimised around) —
it is flash-driven architectures.



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