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Trends for Flash Memory Summit 2017

Heading into the week of Flash Memory Summit 2017 we wanted to highlight a few key trends that we are expecting to see at...

Move Over M.2: 16TB M.3 SSDs for the 1PB per U...

Challenged by the M.2's client PC driven diminutive form factor, Samsung's new 16TB M.3 SSDs are set to enable 1PB per U in the data center

Project Kenko 01 Update: Samsung 750 EVOs pass 2TB written

We give an update to our SSD write endurance testing using two Samsung 750 EVO 120GB SSDs. We are already seeing the impacts of the different fill ratios

NVMe Falling Below SATA Pricing? Get ready it is happening

We are now seeing NVMe pricing fall below that of SATA pricing in the enterprise space. We expect this trend to continue in the next few quarters

Samsung 750 EVO’s Ready for Sacrifice: A modern SSD endurance experiment

We are doing our first SSD endurance experiment with two Samsung 750 EVO 120GB SSDs. These are modern planar TLC NAND SSDs.

Firefox is eating your SSD – here is how to fix...

Firefox has been observed to writing tens of GB per day even on inactive/ idling workstations. If you use Firefox and a SSD, we can show how to limit writes

Buyer’s Guide to getting a used datacenter SSD inexpensively

Our buyer's guide to getting a used datacenter SSD inexpensively - with a little patience, dual ported SAS SSDs can be had for around $0.50/GB

SSD Alignment: Why you should quickly benchmark every SSD

A quick example of why one should quickly benchmark every SSD to ensure proper setup and alignment

Low Cost mSATA SSD Comparison Sub $80 Drives Compared

We compare four low cost (under $80) mSATA SSDs to see how they perform against each other and manufacturer claims.

Using a LSI SAS 2308 HBA and SSD in Windows Server...

This weekend I was doing some work on the new ServeTheHome storage test bed. It is a very fast machine. Once I got Windows...

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