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The 10 Hottest SSD And Flash Storage Products Of 2019

Flash storage has entered a new level of maturity, with new performance and capacity springing from such technologies as NVMe and vendors including NetApp, Dell EMC, HPE, Hitachi Vantara and Pure Storage leading the charge.

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Samsung PCIe Gen4 SSDs

Samsung Electronics in September significantly boosted the software capabilities of its PCIe Gen4 SSD series to target the building of ultra-high-capacity data center SSDs. It software includes three innovations. The first, fail-in-place, or FIP, technology, ensures that SSDs maintain normal operation even when errors occur at the chip level, making what Samsung called the industry's first "never-dying" SSD. The FIP software detects faulty chips, scans for damage in the data, and then relocates the data into working chips. The second, SSD virtualization technology, lets a single SSD to be subdivided into up to 64 smaller SSDs. The third, V-NAND machine learning technology, helps improve SSD data reliability by accurately predicting and verifying cell characteristics and detecting any variation among circuit patterns through big data analytics.

The new software is already available with the Samsung PM1733 and PM1735 SSDs, which Samsung released in August.

 
 
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