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Enterprise SSD: More Than Just a New Kind of Hard Drive

This white paper will explore NAND flash technology and its inherent problems, and explain client applications for SSDs, including laptops, cameras, PCs and mobile phones. Client SSD applications typically serve a single system accustomed to running no more than eight hours a day, five days a week on small datasets in read-intensive operations with low to minimal write activity. Enterprise SSD workloads include heavy analytics, Web indexing, online transaction processing (OLTP) and database warehousing, medical imaging and video editing/processing, and high-transaction servers. Plus, enterprise SSDs can be expected to run around the clock every day, performing write-intensive operations characterized by complex data patterns on large datasets. To meet the demands of these exacting data center workloads, SSD manufacturers must deliver products with enterprise-class features, endurance and performance while satisfying stringent requirements for device interoperability and customer support.

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