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The 10 Hottest SSD And Flash Storage Devices Of 2020

Innovations in flash storage hardware, from SSDs to the latest in all-flash storage arrays, continues as vendors including Dell EMC, Hitachi Vantara, NetApp and Pure Storage introduce the latest technologies including NVMe and low-cost QLC flash while using software to help squeeze even more performance.

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IBM FlashSystem

IBM in February said it would eliminate two of its primary non-mainframe storage lines—Storwize and the Flash Systems A9000—and replace them with a single new FlashSystem family. The new FlashSystem family includes five new storage arrays, all running the same IBM Spectrum Virtualize software platform, which IBM said helps simplify customers‘ entire storage environment by supporting over 500 multivendor storage systems and offering enterprise-class data services and nondisruptive data movement all controlled by a single management plane.

The new IBM FlashSystem family also offers 99.9999 percent availability, full hardware redundancies, two-site or three-site replication, and seamless hybrid multi-cloud support with a full range of security capabilities. Three of the five models offer NVMe flash and Fibre Channel NVMe host connectivity, high-performance data compression with FlashCore Modules, external storage virtualization of non-IBM storage, and expandability with storage class memory.

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Kioxia XD6 SSD

San Jose, Calif.-based Kioxia America, formerly known as Toshiba Memory America, in October introduced the Kioxia XD6 series E1.S form-factor SSDs for hyperscale and enterprise compute requirements. They support the performance, power and thermal requirements of the Open Compute Project NVMe Cloud SSD Specification and feature a flexible and efficient small form factor. The hot-pluggable SSDs feature sequential read performance of up to 6,500 MBps and write performance of up to 2,400 MBps, along with 15W power consumption and full end-to-end data path protection.

 
 
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