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Published By: HP and Intel® Xeon® processors     Published Date: Aug 01, 2012
It is often said that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. The corollary is also true-adding an ostensibly strong link to a weak chain doesn't necessarily deliver much tensile value. Yet, from all the rhetoric and hype, you might be forgiven for thinking that solid-state storage will single-handedly strengthen every weak storage chain, wherever the solid-state storage is and however it is used. Specification-based strength added to a weak chain will soon be exposed in the real world, whether it's a tug-of-war team or a storage system.
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hp 3par storage, storage value chain, solid state, optimization, ssd, enterprise storage, i/o service, adaptive optimization, user relevance, enterprise applications
    
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