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As new flash advances, storage costs continue to drop

BY Jeff Rowe | October 09, 2017

The more data that can be stored on memory wafers of the same size, the lower storage prices could go. That’s what developers are aiming for.

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How to ask the right questions when considering all-flash storage

BY Jeff Rowe | October 05, 2017

All-flash storage arrays are not all alike, note experts, and an array that will make one application run 100 times faster will not necessarily have a similar effect on other workloads.

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Survey: flash storage key to organizational innovation

BY Jeff Rowe | October 04, 2017

A majority of survey respondents currently using all-flash reported opportunities around operational benefits in areas such as IT automation and reduced need for manual system tuning.

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Toronto hospital reports array of benefits following flash storage switch

BY Jeff Rowe | October 02, 2017

Analysts believe lower prices and performance advantages mean flash storage will be an increasingly compelling option for organizations.

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With new flash in place, health IT managers consider uses for legacy storage systems

BY Jeff Rowe | October 02, 2017

Many stakeholders redeploy their legacy arrays and spinning drive assets as an archival tier, say experts, as much of the unstructured data that might be useful for data mining later need not be on fast tier all-flash arrays.