SSDs will experience significant performance degradation as they approach full capacity. Storage systems must be re-engineered for these SSDs in order to get the most out of them and to achieve the financial savings and performance benefits promised.
In 2011, solid-state drives (SSDs) became one of the most innovative storage technologies to find their way into the data center in recent memory, pun intended. But all things considered, the real impact of SSDs probably won’t be felt until the second half of this year.
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