Server-based SSD implementations

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About Server-based SSD implementations

The server-based SSD section will offer information about PCIe-based solid-state storage devices; memory bus solid-state implementations, and server-based solid-state caching vs. persistent solid-state storage.Server-based SSDs can increase performance by placing solid state storage in the server to take advatage of SSD's low latency.