Post by George Crump (thank you)
Flash-based Solid State Devices (SSD) are more than just a collection of memory cards. They’re also not created equally. Components like the controller, backplane, and internal interconnect all are important differentiators when accessing Flash-based storage solutions. As these products have made their way into the enterprise a component that has become increasingly important and often overlooked is the Flash Operating System (FOS). How the FOS is developed and interacts with the rest of the solid state system directly impacts its performance, reliability, and efficiency.
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