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14 Jul 2017 Viking Technology unveils world's biggest 50TB SSD [64895]
ZDNer, July 14th 2017

"Viking Technology has unveiled a new Silo Solid State Drive with a record-breaking capacity of 50TB SSD.

The Silo SSD, which is part of Viking Technology's Ultra High-Capacity (UHC) family of products, enables significant data center space and power reduction compared to HDDs, while offering the same 3.5-inch form factor and standard SAS interface, which eases the migration to flash.

If 50TB seems too extravagant to you, Viking Technology have a more modest 25TB offering..."
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12 Jul 2017 6 Ways SSDs Are Cheaper Than Hard Drives [64859]
Network Computing, July 12th 2017

"When it comes to TCO, solid-state drives are a better deal than HDDs...

With all the hype and counter-hype on the issue of solid-state drives versus hard-disk drives, it's a good idea to step back and look at the whole pricing picture. This is a confluence of the relative cost per TB of flash die versus HDD assemblies, the impact of SSD performance on server count for a given workload, and the differential in markups by OEM vendors to their end users..."
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11 Jul 2017 What Is 3D NAND Memory and Storage? [64896]
How-To Geek, July 11th 2017

"Flash storage (like SSDs) is all the rage for PCs these days. And though the process isn't going as fast as we might hope for, that storage is getting cheaper and denser all the time, creeping up in value towards conventional spinning disk hard drives. The biggest leap forward as of late has been 3D NAND flash, also known as vertical NAND or 'V-NAND.' What does this mean for you? In layman's terms, cheaper and faster storage and memory. In non-layman's terms, well, let's take a look..."
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04 Jul 2017 Toshiba: QLC BiCS Flash 3D Memory With 4-Bit-Per-Cell ... [64755]
StorageNewsletter.com, July 4th 2017

"Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) announced the latest generation of its BiCS Flash three-dimensional (3D) flash memory.

This BiCS Flash device features 4-bit-per-cell, quadruple-level cell (QLC) technology and is the first 3D flash memory device to do so. QLC technology enables larger (768Gb) die capacity than the company's third-generation 512Gb 3-bit-per-cell, TLC, and pushes the boundaries of flash memory technology..."
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02 Jul 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [64533]
Vol 232 Issues 1, 2 and 3; Vol 231 Issues 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 4 Skills All IT Professionals Should Consider Learning
  • Cybersecurity Fact vs. Fiction
  • How Big Data Is Disrupting Healthcare And Life Sciences
  • Artificial Intelligence vs Machine-Learning - What's The Difference
  • CIO Career Path: Building A Resume For The COO Role
  • 7 Things Nobody Tells You About Working Remotely
  • Machine Learning Platforms Comparison: Amazon, Azure, Google, IBM
  • 5 Hot Storage Technologies To Watch
  • CIOs Should Step Into The IoT Oversight Void
  • What Is Intent-Based Networking?

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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