SSDs operate the fastest when inside a computer. Micron’s new SolidScale storage system uproots SSDs from servers and pushes them into discrete boxes while reducing latency.SolidScale is a top-of-the-rack storage system that will house many SSDs.
It will connect to servers, memory, and other computing resources in a data center via gigabit ethernet, and will use the emerging NVMeoF (NVMe over Fabric) 1.0 protocol for data transfers.[ The InfoWorld review: QNAP TVS-882T NAS piles on the features. | Get a digest of the day’s top tech stories in the InfoWorld Daily newsletter. ]
The new storage system is faster than regular storage arrays, Micron claimed.
SolidScale can deliver data more than two times faster than a standard all-flash array.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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