Solid-state drives, or SSDs as they are more often called, are memory-based storage devices. Traditional hard drives are distinguished from SSDs by the absence of magnetic storage and, more importantly, moving parts.
Cloud computing is rapidly becoming one of the most popular methods for businesses and individuals to back up and preserve their data. With the growing variety of cloud platforms—from classic corporate private and new public clouds to personal clouds in homes—the need for SSDs has been constantly expanding.
SSDs featuring new interfaces such as PCIe, NVMe, and others have emerged as a result of technological improvements in solid-state storage. PCIe SSDs for cloud computing are becoming more popular due to improved capabilities such as high speed and quick data access. New PCIe SSDs provide excellent performance with low latency and high frequency.
The North America Enterprise SSD Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Through PCIe 4.0 ultra-wide channel and ZNS (Zoned Namespace) storage, Inspur Information, a leading IT infrastructure solutions provider, has released a new generation of Enterprise NVMe SSDs based on an innovative NAND algorithm that extends flash memory lifespans by 40% and achieves 1.6 million IOPS per drive.
Inspur’s storage system was ranked first in the SPC-1 benchmark test for storage performance, and this SSD technology has improved Inspur’s core competitiveness for storage in terms of reliability, performance, and system-level joint debugging and optimization.
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