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Flash options in the array vs. server

Many shops are using flash to accelerate mission-critical apps today. Learn the available flash options for deployment.

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Mangstor, Everspin combine for Spin Torque MRAM storage

Mangstor MX6000 will integrate Spin Torque MRAM (ST-RAM) on PCIe cards to enable in-storage processing instead of DRAM for persistent memory storage.

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Memblaze targets U.S. enterprises with NVMe flash devices

Chinese storage vendor Memblaze flashes NVMe storage line at U.S. enterprises; adopts NVMe spec to take on Fusion-io, Intel.

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CacheBox takes 'app-centric' approach to server-side caching

Newcomer Cache Advance balances static and dynamic caching to target indexes and tables, apply block-level intelligence for flash storage.

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    How flash vendors mitigate read disturbs

    Marc Staimer of Dragon Slayer Consulting explains what causes read disturbs and how flash vendors are mitigating the issue.

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    flash cache

    Flash cache is the temporary storage of data on NAND flash memory chips to enable requests for data to be fulfilled with greater speed.

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    all-flash array

    An all-flash array is a solid state storage disk system that contains multiple flash memory drives instead of spinning hard disk drives. A flash array can transfer data to and from solid state drives (SSDs) much faster than hard disk drives.

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