New York, NY (PRWEB) February 18, 2010
451 Storage Analyst Henry Baltazar has published a report presenting 451 Research’s analysis of the future of solid-state storage. Reports such as this one are available to subscribers of 451 Research’s Information Management Service and are also for sale to non-subscribers.
Key Findings of the Report:
- Customer and vendor interest in solid-state storage has risen to new heights, driven by its potential to fundamentally change how enterprises store performance-sensitive data.
- The high price of solid-state storage devices and the NAND flash media within them has so far kept the technology out of reach for most enterprise customers.
- Customers are presented with a variety of models to deploy solid-state storage. Server-, storage- and network-centric options provide choice, but are also creating confusion in the market.
- The raw performance of solid-state storage allows customers to reap ‘green’ benefits such as reduced expenditures in power, cooling and datacenter space as these devices reduce the requirement for conventional hard drives.
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