Solid State Drives SSD Whitepapers and Ebooks

There is a lot of buzz around solid state drives (SSD) these days and for good reason. SSD is a data storage device that rely on microchips to store data in non-volatile memory chips.  In contrast to convention hard disk drive (HHD) which stores data on spinning disks, SSD contain no moving parts. This provides several distinct advantages over HHD.  Solid state drives are energy efficient, silent, extremely fast, and has higher reliability since they are resistant to shock, vibration and other physical damage. As this technology matures, cost has decrease while capacity had increase making SSD very attractive for consumers.

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