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Is TLC flash resilience sufficient for enterprise use?

The suitability of triple-level cell (TLC) flash storage for enterprise use depends on whether applications are heavily read- or write-optimized. Expert Marc Staimer explains the ramifications.


Flash management key for selecting right flash system

Though hidden from the user, flash management is important for IT professionals. How a flash controller manages NAND flash can impact longevity and performance.


Flash performance brings different expectations than HDDs

The ability to measure flash performance requires different metrics, along with a better understanding of applications, which can make it more complicated to purchase than HDDs.


Will the use of TLC in 3D NAND flash products last?

Vendors are using TLC flash in their 3D NAND flash products, which allows for greater capacity at a lower cost, according to Brien Posey.

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