The challenges of managing high data growth, which include meeting performance and scalability requirements, are driving more enterprises to broadly deploy flash storage.
Non–Volatile Memory express (NVMe) is a communications interface/protocol developed specially for Solid–State Drives (SSDs) to streamline and leverage the value of pipeline–rich, random access, memory–based storage. As enterprises struggle under the weight of a data deluge, NVMe–based flash platforms are proving more than capable to address this level of growth. Check out this easy–to–absorb IDC InfoBrief to learn how flash deployments are evolving to accommodate the demands of digital transformation.
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